According to him, the one who crosses the Crimean bridge today will win.
Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov advised the Russians to leave the peninsula after today’s explosions.
“Citizens of Russia illegally staying or settling in Russian-occupied Crimea! You have just received the first ‘call’ telling you to immediately leave the territory of Russian-occupied Crimea,” he wrote, referring to the explosions at the Russian airbase in Crimea.
He stressed that their stay in the occupied Crimea is illegal and criminal.play video
“Do not waste time, leave Crimea occupied by the Russian Federation today. Remember, the one who crosses the bridge across the Kerch Strait today will win!” he said, addressing the Russians.
Explosions in Crimea on August 9: what you should know
On the afternoon of Tuesday, August 9, in the Crimea occupied by the Russian Federation , explosions occurred in the area of a military airfield near the city of Saki.
It was from this air base that enemy planes flew to bomb the Zaporozhye, Nikolaev and Kherson regions.
The explosions started a fire. It is known that there is damaged property, injured and dead.
The occupying “authority” stated that they had encircled the place of the explosion – fences were installed within a radius of 5 kilometers, the place was patrolled by security forces. This was allegedly done to prevent injury to local residents.
It was also reported that in Novofedorovka (5 kilometers from the city of Saki) they began to evacuate residents of houses adjacent to the airfield.
Former adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Viktor Andrusiv , hinted that powerful explosions in Crimea on August 9 occurred as a result of shelling carried out by the Ukrainian side.
Punishment is especially powerful when you announce it ahead of time. Then it appears the result is the fault of the offender not the punisher. They can try to lie about these strikes in occupied Crimea but you can tell by the reaction…and lack of reaction…that their time occupying Crimea nears it’s end. And even more so since there was no military reaction to the strikes.
I can attest to the fact that Crimea is a boiling pot even before this strike. The attack on this airfield now has some going nuts with anticipation of being freed, while others are going nuts with fear.
They weren’t invited, they weren’t welcomed but they were warned…