Russian media report that Putin has arrived in occupied Crimea
- Russian media report that Putin has arrived in occupied Crimea
Vladimir Putin arrives in occupied Crimea - media
Putin's visit to the occupied peninsula has not been announced.
Putin has arrived in Ukraine. In particular, the Russian dictator arrived in temporarily occupied Crimea. This was reported by Russian media outlets.
In particular, Russian sources reported about his visit to Sevastopol to mark the anniversary of the "reunification of Crimea with the rf", i.e. the annexation of the peninsula from Ukraine.
Meanwhile, a video showing a limping Putin allegedly walking to the opening of the Korsun art school and centre in Sevastopol has already circulated online.
Before this, the Russian dictator's spokesman Dmitry Peskov had announced that Putin was supposedly "to take part in the opening of a significant cultural and historical site".
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