Ukrainian national anthem on the radio of Crimea: it’s time to remember the words

Sergey Bratchuk, the representative of the Odesa military administration, reported this on the Telegram channel.

“Our programmers “asked” radio station “Crimea” a little and reminded the people of Crimea that it’s time to remember the words of our national anthem,” he wrote.

Delphi reminds that the last few weeks’ explosions in the temporarily occupied Crimea caused an unprecedented panic.

Some vacationers and Russians who moved to Crimea after the annexation prepared to flee the peninsula.

Military expert Oleksijus Melnykas recently said in an interview with the Obozrevatel publication that Ukraine has the right to strike Russian territory, but there are restrictions on the use of weapons delivered by the United States and other partners. But because of the strikes, there are no restrictions on the occupied Crimea.

“Ukraine has a legitimate right to strike Russian military targets, including on Russian territory. And when it comes to Crimea or other temporarily occupied territories, no one should have any doubts or reservations,” he said.

The expert also urged to understand that the organization of alleged “referendums” in the occupied territories will not limit Ukraine’s freedom of action in terms of striking Russian targets.

“Some people in the West are starting to panic that since Russia holds “referendums” and declares these territories as its own, Ukraine will have to follow some kind of restrictions. This is complete nonsense, which the attacks in Crimea disprove. Now for promises or agreements with our partners. In fact, there is some anxiety. If Ukraine strikes Russian territory, our right to do so is unquestionable, but it must not be American weaponry, so that Russia would not have an excuse to attack one of the NATO countries. These warnings are quite reasonable, so the obligations must be followed regardless of the nuances that exist”, noted O. Melnykas.

According to him, the specific name or caliber of the weapon, which Ukraine can use to strike the objects in Crimea, in the distant rear of the enemy, is of no principle importance.

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