"There are very few people": people in occupied Crimea are surprised by empty beaches. Photos and videos
People in the occupied Crimea are surprised at the empty beaches. Footage from Feodosia and Koktebel has been posted online, where, despite the sunny summer weather and warm sea, there are no holidaymakers.
The relevant photos and videos, taken on 22 June, were published by the Crimean Wind Telegram channel. "Koktebel resort is almost empty. The weather is great, the sea is warm, but there are no holidaymakers," the post reads (to see all the footage, scroll down to the end).
At the same time, users noted that the canopies on the beach in Koktebel are blue and yellow, and the towel on the sunbed is in the colours of the American flag.
The footage from Feodosia also shows an empty beach. The author of the video complains that "there are very few people" and that coastal entertainment venues have not yet opened:
"The beach, the club '117' is called, in Feodosia. There are almost no people at all. As far as I understand, entrepreneurs have not yet opened and are not preparing to open. Apparently, they will be preparing everything by the beginning of July. There are very few people. The water is great, 22-23 degrees, sunny, light breeze, breeze, everything is great, Crimea is waiting for you."
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported:
- On the night of 22 June, explosions occurred on the bridge in the village of Chongar near the temporarily occupied Crimea. The exit from the peninsula in this area was closed. The first minutes after the explosion were caught on camera.
- Collaborator Volodymyr Saldo threatens that Russia may allegedly strike bridges in Odesa region and in the village of Giurgiulești in Moldova on the border with Romania and Ukraine. He claims that Russia's response will be "very serious".
- Romania's Prime Minister reacted to Saldo's threats, saying that such statements against a NATO member are unacceptable.