Cry of Ukraine

Events in the Crimea

21 November 2013

The Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea supported the decision of the Prime Minister to suspend the process of European integration, while expressing serious concern about the “destructive actions of opposition political forces”, and further called on the Crimeans to “strengthen friendly ties with Russia”

30 November 2013

After the events of November 30, the autonomy's parliament officially called on the government of Ukraine to clearly restore order, "without stopping, if necessary, before introducing a state of emergency." The Presidium of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea announced a threat to the autonomous status of the region and called on its inhabitants to be ready to stand up for autonomy.

1 December 2013

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Crimea stated that “the current opposition demonstrations in Kyiv jeopardize political and economic stability in Ukraine” and that “a bunch of politicians are trying to seize power in the country under the guise of fighting for the European vector of development”

2 December 2013

The Crimean parliament asked President Viktor Yanukovych to take measures to restore public order in the country, as well as introduce a state of emergency if the situation requires it.

3 December 2013

The Presidium of the Supreme Court of Crimea invited the President and the Cabinet of Ministers to consider the possibility of Ukraine joining the Customs Union.

13 December 2013

On the square Nakhimov in Sevastopol, a rally was held (in which bikers participated) in support of Ukraine's entry into the Customs Union.

24 January 2014

The Crimean parliament urged Yanukovych to introduce a state of emergency and stop financing from the state budget "the regions that have declared themselves outlaws, where power has been forcibly removed, until the constitutional order is restored in them." The Crimean Parliament has banned the activities of the nationalist Svoboda party, which takes an active part in protest actions, in the region.

26 January 2014

There was information about the upcoming capture by the Ultras and visiting extremists of the Sevastopol GCA. The youth of the city at 2 o'clock in the morning came to the defense of the state administration.

27 January 2014

The Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea banned the activities and symbols of the VO "Svoboda" and other "formations of a radical nature" on the territory of the autonomy. Several hundred residents of Simferopol took part in the rally against the destabilization of the situation in Ukraine. People came to the central square of the city with banners: "Crimea is for stability", "We will not allow a coup d'état", "No to extremists".

29 January 2014

A large-scale rally called "Sevastopol against nationalists" was held in Sevastopol.

1 February 2014

In Crimea, they continue to hang "Black Labels" on the doors of Euromaidan activists. This time, three "lucky ones" fell under the distribution: personal appeals to stop harming the country were received by human rights activist Alexandra Dvoretskaya, lawyer Olga Anoshkina and journalist Svetlana Ereshchenko. Recall that on the eve of similar leaflets received the coordinator of the "Euromaidan-Crimea" Andrey Shchekun. Alexandra Dvoretskaya said that last night she found about a dozen leaflets in her house: not only on her door, but also at the entrance to the entrance, as well as on the bulletin board. "Your neighbor Alexandra Dvoretskaya is a traitor to Crimea, she supports the criminal Maidan. She is responsible for the blood and lives of the killed people. She receives money from a public organization funded by the American special services. She was trained in extremism in the USA,"

3 February 2014

It's been a week since Sevastopol and Simferopol have been rallying. Regional centers are being strengthened. Crimea rallied against the nationalists from Kyiv.

4 February 2014

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Crimea decided "in the conditions of zeal for power of national-fascist groups" to initiate a general Crimean survey on the status of the peninsula.

7 February 2014

CRIMEAN COSSACKS UNITE TO PROTECT PEACE AND ORDER ON THE PENINSULA


The most representative meeting in the history of the Cossacks of the Crimean Peninsula was held in the House of Moscow in Sevastopol. Atamans of the largest organizations of Taurida - the Crimean Cossack Union and the Association of Cossacks of Crimea, leaders of the Cossack communities of Sevastopol, Simferopol, the Southern coast of Crimea, Feodosia, Belogorsk and other cities and towns of the peninsula gathered at the round table. The topic of conversation was the state of affairs in the Cossacks of the peninsula, the joint actions of the Cossack formations in various options for the development of the political situation in Ukraine. The result of the meeting of the atamans of Crimea was the decision to create a single coordinating headquarters, the establishment of a warning system and the joint participation of the Cossack communities in maintaining order.

18 February 2014

APPEAL OF THE PRESIDIUM OF THE SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE AUTONOMOUS REPUBLIC OF CRIMEA TO THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE VIKTOR YANUKOVYCH


President of Ukraine Yanukovych V.F. Dear Victor Fedorovich! Peaceful Crimea is extremely alarmed by another surge of violence in the center of Kyiv. The massacre on the streets of the capital proves that the opposition perceived the numerous concessions from the authorities as a sign of weakness, and used the amnesty law as a respite before a new attempt to seize power in the country by force. Militants from the VO "Svoboda", "Right Sector" and other extremist organizations announced a general mobilization and call on people with firearms to go to the barricades. There are already the first victims of their criminal acts: on February 18, innocent people died at the hands of unrestrained bandits. These are no longer the peaceful protests that opposition leaders and biased media constantly talk about, and not even riots. This is the beginning of a civil war, the threat of which the Crimean parliament has repeatedly warned. Today we demand from you, as head of state, decisive action and emergency measures. This is also expected by hundreds of thousands of Crimeans who voted for you in the presidential elections in the hope of stability in the country. There is still a chance to preserve the foundations of the constitutional order and the unity of Ukraine. Tomorrow it may not be. In the event of a further escalation of civil confrontation, the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea reserves the right to call on the inhabitants of the autonomy to stand up for civil peace and tranquility on the peninsula. Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Simferopol, February 18, 2014 No. 34-6/14-PVR as head of state, take decisive action and take emergency measures. This is also expected by hundreds of thousands of Crimeans who voted for you in the presidential elections in the hope of stability in the country. There is still a chance to preserve the foundations of the constitutional order and the unity of Ukraine. Tomorrow it may not be. In the event of a further escalation of civil confrontation, the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea reserves the right to call on the inhabitants of the autonomy to stand up for civil peace and tranquility on the peninsula. Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Simferopol, February 18, 2014 No. 34-6/14-PVR as head of state, take decisive action and take emergency measures. This is also expected by hundreds of thousands of Crimeans who voted for you in the presidential elections in the hope of stability in the country. There is still a chance to preserve the foundations of the constitutional order and the unity of Ukraine. Tomorrow it may not be. In the event of a further escalation of civil confrontation, the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea reserves the right to call on the inhabitants of the autonomy to stand up for civil peace and tranquility on the peninsula. Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Simferopol, February 18, 2014 No. 34-6/14-PVR There is still a chance to preserve the foundations of the constitutional order and the unity of Ukraine. Tomorrow it may not be. In the event of a further escalation of civil confrontation, the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea reserves the right to call on the inhabitants of the autonomy to stand up for civil peace and tranquility on the peninsula. Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Simferopol, February 18, 2014 No. 34-6/14-PVR There is still a chance to preserve the foundations of the constitutional order and the unity of Ukraine. Tomorrow it may not be. In the event of a further escalation of civil confrontation, the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea reserves the right to call on the inhabitants of the autonomy to stand up for civil peace and tranquility on the peninsula. Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Simferopol, February 18, 2014 No. 34-6/14-PVR

19 February 2014

Near Korsun, extremists killed Crimeans.


Eight buses with Crimeans who participated in the anti-Maidan actions were returning home. Near Korsun, Cherkasy region, a motorcade was ambushed by armed extremists of the Right Sector. Crimeans were brutally beaten!
12 people were killed, a huge number were seriously injured.

20 February 2014

A number of deputies of the Supreme Council supported the initiative of Deputy Nikolai Kolisnichenko (Party of Regions), who suggested that if the crisis in Ukraine is not resolved in the near future, raise the issue of annexing Crimea to Russia.

Crimea calls on Yanukovych to take decisive action. The statement of the presidium says that "the massacre on the streets of the capital proves that the opposition perceived the numerous concessions from the authorities as a sign of weakness, and used the amnesty law as a respite before a new attempt to seize power in the country by force."

MAIDAN ACTIVISTS SMASHED SIX BUSES WITH CRIMEAN SECURITY FORCES NEAR KIEV


In Boryspil, Maidan activists with bats smashed and did not let six buses with police officers and tax officials in civilian clothes into the capital, writes Vgorod. Cars with Crimean policemen and tax officials were heading towards Kyiv. Men and women in helmets, with bats and sticks, blocked the main street of Boryspil, surrounded the buses and began to break glass, puncture the wheels, and take things from the security forces from the buses. Among the so-called "trophies" of Maidan activists are police uniforms, handcuffs, credit cards, live bullets and ordinary men's clothing. The buses went in the opposite direction from Kyiv. Euromaidan supporters said that not a single vehicle would pass them - neither to Kyiv, nor to Boryspil airport. Traffic on the Borispol highway towards Kyiv is limited. Of the four lanes, only one remains free. All the rest are blocked by trucks. The congestion stretched for several kilometers. For some reason, traffic police officers on the highway refuse to explain the reason for the restriction.

HEAD OF THE CRIMEAN PARLIAMENT VLADIMIR KONSTANTINOV DOES NOT EXCLUDE THE SEPARATION OF CRIMEA FROM UKRAINE


This will happen in the event of an aggravation of the situation in the country!!! if, nevertheless, under pressure this central authority is broken, the supreme council of the republic will recognize only its own decisions as legitimate for the autonomy. "And then we will have the only way - this is the denunciation of the decision of the Presidium of the Central Committee of the CPSU of 1954 (on the transfer of Crimea to Ukraine. - IF)", Konstantinov said.

21 February 2014

The Presidium of the Supreme Council of Crimea appointed an extraordinary session for February 21 to discuss the situation in Ukraine. From that day on, pro-Russian residents of Crimea, refusing to recognize the new leadership of Ukraine, began an indefinite protest near the building of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, demanding the separation of Crimea from Ukraine and the creation of an independent state. Their opponents from among the supporters of Euromaidan tried to arrange brawls.
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