"Crimea is Ukraine": activists of the Yellow Ribbon Movement hang a Ukrainian flag on Boyko Mountain on the occupied peninsula. Photo
In the Ukrainian Crimea, temporarily occupied by Russians, patriots have hung a blue and yellow flag on Boyko Mountain. The action was carried out by members of the Yellow Ribbon civil resistance movement.
The relevant photos were published by theYellow Ribbon's Telegram channel on Friday, November 15. "We raised the flag of Ukraine in Crimea!" the activists wrote.
The photo shows a large national flag of our country against the backdrop of mountains. The activists emphasized that in this way they wanted to remind that Crimea is Ukrainian land.
"We are waiting for the Ukrainian Armed Forces! We will continue our indefinite protest for as long as it takes," the post reads.
"Today, the flag of Ukraine is flying over the top of Crimea, and soon we will see it over all the administrative buildings of the peninsula, because Crimea is Ukraine!" the Yellow Ribbon is confident.
As OBOZ.UA wrote:
- Earlier, the Atesh guerrillas reported that the Russian invaders had introduced additional security measures on the railroad in Crimea. This situation was observed in Dzhankoy, Kerch, Feodosia, Simferopol.
- It is also known that the occupiers transferred recruits to Yevpatoriya. According to the Atesh association, a convoy of trucks and Russian troops was moving, in particular, along the Yevpatoria-Saki highway.