Pro-Ukrainian sentiment grows in Crimea - Ministry of Reintegration
A Ukrainian patriotic and partisan movement is growing in the temporarily occupied Crimea.
This was reported by the Ministry of Reintegration.
The number of yellow ribbons, patriotic graffiti and postcards with anti-war messages has significantly increased on the streets of the peninsula's temporarily occupied settlements. Thus, concerned citizens make it clear that the peninsula's return to Ukraine's control is inevitable," the report said.
In addition, the guerrilla movement has intensified. This testifies to the high morale of patriotically-minded Crimeans.
Meanwhile, Russian proxies and military commanders are fleeing their families and selling off their property in fear. Because they are afraid," the ministry said.
We note that despite everything, the occupiers are trying to increase the number of military equipment on the peninsula by deploying it on the seashore.
Crimeans are urged to be careful and cautious and not to succumb to provocations. And if possible, report the location of the enemy or their equipment. This can be done using the єVorog chatbot or the National Resistance Centre platform.
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Eugenia Ruban writes about political and economic news. She looks at large-scale phenomena in Ukrainian politics and economics from the perspective of how they will affect ordinary Ukrainians.