"It becomes darker before dawn", Chubarov about the situation in occupied Crimea

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Muarrir
06 October 2022, 15:43
Muarrir
06 October 2022, 15:43

Now, in occupied Crimea, all people, who not only speak out against the occupiers or against the war started by russia against Ukraine, but also the ones, who are simply silent, are being hunted down. This was stated by the chairman of the Mejlis, Refat Chubarov, on the air of Apostrophe TV, the online publication "Apostrophe" reports.

“They [the occupiers] come to their homes [of the Crimeans] if they are more or less visible people or those who have local authority in the communities, for example, in villages and towns. And force them to say things on video that these people would never want to say. They are forced to publicly support putin, russian actions against Ukraine, condemn the Ukrainian state," Chubarov said.

Secondly, according to him, now in Crimea the occupiers are compiling lists of those who have left to avoid mobilization.

"That is, these actions of the russian occupiers are now taking place in different directions. This once again suggests that the sooner the release takes place, the less the occupiers will have time to commit their crimes. It is not for nothing that people say that darkness increases before dawn. Something like this is currently happening in Crimean life," Chubarov said.