Occupied Crimea's “council of ministers” shifts to remote work — Ukrainian guerrillas
Most of the employees of the Russian-installed authorities of the temporarily occupied Crimea have switched to working from home due to the threat of Ukrainian strikes
The Atesh military movement of Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars reported the information.
Sources from the Simferopol district Russian-installed administration said that 95% of the employees of the “Council of Ministers of Crimea” in Simferopol were transferred to remote work.
The movement reported that this applies to many other bodies of "administrations" near the temporarily occupied peninsula.
"The occupiers are well aware of the inevitability of punishment for their crimes. Many of them are already taking their families outside of Crimea," the movement says.
The activists believe that such actions demonstrate the Russian-appointed authorities’ assessment of Russia’s air defense capabilities and its ability to maintain control over Crimea.
- On the evening of September 25, explosions occurred in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, Crimea, and near the Belbek airfield.