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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Ukrainian MP promised to deport the residents of the Crimea during the day


Verkhovna Rada Deputy Andriy Senchenko has threatened the inhabitants of the Crimea of mass deportation in the case of restoring Kiev’s control over the Peninsula. We are talking about citizens, who arrived in the region after a coup in Ukraine.


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Andriy Senchenko

The corresponding statement Senchenko made on a talk-show journalist Savik Shuster on one of the Ukrainian TV channels. He stressed that the Ukrainian authorities will have to act according to “Croatian” system, allowing arrivals after 20 Feb 2014 the inhabitants of the Crimea day at checkout.

The MP also urged to think in advance about how to deal with “traitors” and from among the former citizens of Ukraine living on the Peninsula. In particular, it is suggested to be subjected to lustration of those who have allowed themselves to live within the framework of the Russian legislation.

It is worth noting that on the eve of Crimea abolished the state of emergency, which operated the last few months. The occasion was the launch of the fourth branch of the power bridge from the territory of the Krasnodar region, which allowed us to meet all the needs of electricity in the Peninsula.

Power outages in Crimea began late last year after the bombings of Ukrainian nationalists and representatives of the banned in Russia Crimean Mejlis tatarsko transmission towers in the Kherson region.

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