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V. Zelenskis predicts that Russia should not take prisoner the defender of Mariupol
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy warned on Sunday that in the week when Russia will celebrate the 31st anniversary of independence, Russia may take a provocative step and arrange to take a prisoner to a Ukrainian court.
In his evening address, V. Zelenskyi cited media reports that on Tuesday, on Ukraine’s Independence Day, Russia may hold a trial for the captured defenders of the port city of Mariupol.
The Independence Day of Ukraine will coincide with the anniversary of the Russian invasion of the neighboring country on the 24th of February.
No matter what the occupiers think, no matter what they plan, the reaction of our state will be completely understandable. If a despicable trial takes place, if those premises are taken away from us in violation of all agreements, all international rules… This will be the limit when no negotiations will be considered anymore, V. Zelenskis said in his video address.
Russia will exclude itself from the negotiations. There will be no more conversation. Our country will say everything, said the president.
In the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, on Tuesday, which will be on the occasion of Independence Day, public gatherings will be prohibited, and a curfew will be imposed in Kharkiv.
The previous day, V. Zelenskyi also guessed that Russia might do something particularly cruel on Ukraine’s Independence Day.
M. Podoliaks: Russia is facing a deep crisis of military personnel
Mykhailo Podoliak, adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, said on his Twitter account that Russia is facing a crisis of military personnel, and calls for negotiations may be heard more and more because of this.
The Russian Federation is facing a deep crisis of military personnel: mobilization cannot be announced because the king is naked, and there are no volunteers even with a man, says the adviser.
Crimea lost half of its tourists
The Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia, lost half the number of tourists compared to the same period last year. Last Tuesday, Russia will begin banning flights at 11 airports until September 23, reports BBC Russian. The ban has been in effect since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine.
Therefore, 95% of tourists reach Crimea by car, another 5% by train.
Last year, 60-62% of tourists reached the peninsula by car, and the rest came by plane, said Sergejus Romakinas, chairman of the Association of Russian Travel Organizers.
Earlier, Iryna Tyjurina, the leader of the trade union of the travel industry, said that after the trip to the military base in the town of Dankoj, tourism companies in Crimea sold 25% of new orders.
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