"There will be no elections, there will be The Hague": resistance campaign announced in Crimea
Activists have organized a resistance campaign to oppose the occupants' "elections" in temporarily occupied Crimea. They burned Russian party propaganda en masse and distributed pro-Ukrainian posters.
This was reported by the Yellow Ribbon resistance movement on Telegram. Over the past 5 days, activists managed to destroy more than 1,500 copies of Russian propaganda newspapers and posters.
As noted, the resistance movement operated in Sevastopol, Simferopol, Yalta, Feodosia, Dzhankoi and Yevpatoria. The activists also distributed 500 new pro-Ukrainian posters and hung yellow ribbons symbolizing resistance to the occupation regime.
"This is how our people remind the occupiers that Crimea is Ukraine and that you should ignore the fake elections. Activists of the Yellow Ribbon movement have started to burn Russian party agitation en masse. Over 1,500 copies have been burned over the last 5 days".
"We managed to distribute 500 new posters and hang yellow ribbons, which infuriated the occupiers because they know that the yellow ribbon is a symbol of resistance", the message stated.
Earlier OBOZREVATEL reported that Russians continue to hold pseudo-elections and "draw victories" of the United Russia pro-government party in the temporarily occupied territories. Thus, the occupants resort to various methods and arrange a "show-off" for the Kremlin leadership to hide the non-appearance of residents at the polling station.
Ukrainian partisans announced a new season of strikes in temporarily occupied Luhansk. They said that explosions at the occupants' fuel and lubricants depots are to be expected shortly.