In the Crimea, they called Kiev’s statement about the mining of the chemical plant “Titan” stupidity.
SIMFEROPOL, June 3 – RIA Novosti. The head of the Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, described the statement by a representative of the Ukrainian authorities regarding the alleged mining at the Crimean Titan chemical plant in the north of the peninsula as stupid and false.
Alexander Prokudin, the head of the Kherson regional military administration, previously appointed by Vladimir Zelensky, published an appeal on the Telegram channel, in which he claimed that the territory of the plant was mined, as claimed by the Russian side. Prokudin believes there is a threat to Crimea, the seven regions of Ukraine and Turkey.
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“Let’s look at this” news “from the point of view of reality. Some are fake” The head of the Kherson administration “. They also have the false leadership of Crimea. They descend on the fact that the Moon is an integral part of Ukraine. The essence of the statement is no less implausible. we remove something that will explode together with its seven regions. What could explode like that, this balabol did not specify? , it would seem even more stupid. , much more, “Konstantinov told RIA Novosti.
According to him, the Ukrainian side, which did not succeed at the front, is trying to hide it under the guise of “loud misrepresentations and various PR actions.”
“Unique masters in this. These actions are primarily focused on the domestic consumer. Since the Ukrainian society has been turned into a kind of informative McDonald’s, people can be fed any information fast food every day and for something at least. Fill these liquefied brains,” – said the head of the Crimean parliament.
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