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We got used to think in terms of black and white. For example, let us consider refugees from the Donbass. If they support Ukraine, they come to Ukraine. If they support Russia, the DNR and the LNR, then they go to Russia, including to Crimea. However, there are unusual situations.   A rather big amount…

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The Crimean Tatar issue has never lost its importance in the peninsula. Mass return of people happened in the 90s of the last century. And it happened with difficulties: there were settlement problems, conflicts with the authorities and inhabitants of the peninsula. But things worked out more or less for a couple of decades: the…

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The May 9 parade has always been almost the main celebration for Sevastopol. There are a large number of visitors from Ukraine, Russia and other countries, who believe that one should visit it at least once in a lifetime. By now, there are few veterans left alive, even children of war columns thinned out significantly….

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The last current week of the Verkhovna Rada turned out to be productive not because of the quantity of the adopted law drafts but because of their significance and also it demonstrated the enforcement of the President’s positions that turns the parliament into an obedient tool for solving of corporate interests. On March 17, deputies…

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Crimea was, is and will be Ukrainian. We will get it back. We have already started the work on getting everything back and it will be ours soon.  I don’t know what exactly will be ours, but more likely the Ukrainian politicians will give master classes in inspirational speeches. And in reading mantras. Speaking of…

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Once when I was a child, I heard two mysterious words “the dead season” for the first time. Some old lady said these words on the wet November embankment in Yalta. They stuck in memory and each time when I came on the South Coast of Crimea in late autumn or winter, I felt the…

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The government, deputies and candidates for deputies don’t need them even for PR – they are out of trend. They don’t burn tires or throw deputies into dumpsters. Their weapon is thin pickets with self-made posters and their protection is civil organizations and volunteers. They are not worriers but victims of undeclared war. Victims are…

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