The Russian annexation of Crimea has turned into a “Peninsula of fear”: Chubarov told what scared to death of residents in occupationUncategorized February 22, 2017
The head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov said that the residents of Crimea annexed by Russia live in utter fear of the invaders.
“There are different statements about the Crimea. One of them reads: the Peninsula of fear. I think this is one of the most accurate characteristics. People, regardless of nationality and beliefs, live in fear,” he said.
In particular, the horror of people is the uncertainty about the possible actions of the occupation authorities.
Chubarov also said that, despite the fear of the so-called authorities, the population of Crimea do not obey the occupiers of the Russian Federation.
Recall, Russia’s permanent representative to the UN Haley said that while Crimea will return to Ukraine, America is never going to lift sanctions for the Russian Federation.