Pro-Ukrainian sentiment growing in Crimea, Reintegration Ministry says

27 March, 07:00 PM
The Ministry of Reintegration stated that pro-Ukrainian sentiment is growing in Crimea (

The Ministry of Reintegration stated that pro-Ukrainian sentiment is growing in Crimea (

Pro-Ukrainian sentiment is growing in the Russian-occupied Ukrainian territory of Crimea, the Ministry of Reintegration reported on Telegram on March 27.

The agency noted that the number of yellow ribbons, patriotic graffiti, and leaflets with anti-war appeals has increased significantly on the streets of the temporarily occupied settlements of the peninsula.

"In this way, non-indifferent citizens are making it clear that the return of the peninsula to Ukrainian control is inevitable," the statement reads.

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The guerrilla movement has significantly stepped up its activities, which is evidence of the high morale of patriotic Crimeans, said the ministry.

"Meanwhile, Russian proxies and military commanders are taking their families out in fear and selling their property," the Telegram post said.

“They are afraid. They are trying to compensate for their fear by increasing the amount of military equipment on the peninsula.”

The ministry noted that the Crimean coast is gradually being turned into a line of defense, so it is likely that this year's holiday season in Crimea will be disrupted.

"Meanwhile, the Ukrainian authorities are urging Crimeans to be careful and cautious, not to fall for any provocations," the agency stressed.

“If possible, report on the location of the enemy or their equipment.”

This can be done using the chatbot "eVoroh" or the platform of the National Resistance Center.

"The de-occupation of Crimea will definitely happen! It will happen soon. We will do it. All together!” said the ministry.

Defense Intelligence representative Andriy Yusov previously stated that the Russian occupation "authorities" had started evacuating temporarily occupied Crimea.

Russian military commanders on the peninsula and the occupation administration are actively selling real estate and taking their families out of Crimea, he said.

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