Pro-Ukrainian sentiments growing in temporarily occupied Crimea
The number of yellow ribbons, patriotic leaflets with anti-war appeals has increased on the streets of the temporarily occupied Crimea
This was reported by Ukraine’s Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories.
"Concerned citizens are making it clear that the return of the peninsula to Ukrainian control is inevitable," the press service writes.
Activists distribute patriotic leaflets, yellow ribbons and draw graffiti on the streets of the temporarily occupied peninsula.
It is reported that this testifies to the high morale of patriotic Crimeans.
At the same time, the Russian occupiers and the Russian military command are evicting families and selling off property.
"They are trying to compensate for their fear by increasing the number of military equipment on the peninsula. The sea coast is gradually being turned into a line of defense. Therefore, it is likely that this year's holiday season in Crimea will be disrupted," the Ministry of Reintegration emphasizes.
Ukraine calls on Crimeans to be careful not to succumb to provocations.
It is also important to report the location of Russian troops and their equipment to the "eVorog" chatbot or to the platform of the Center for National Resistance.
A representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine Andriy Yusov said that the Russian occupation authorities in Crimea have begun evacuating Crimeans who supported Russia.
Russian troops in the temporarily occupied Crimea are increasing pressure on Crimean Tatars: arrests and the number of summonses have increased.