Security forces forcibly dismantled the stalls selling Ukrainian souvenirs in Sevastopol, the Press of Ukraine reports.
The demolition took place at the Historical Boulevard near the Defense of Sevastopol panorama. After dismantling the stalls selling t-shirts, souvenirs and a variety of handicrafts, the security forces dumped all the goods into waste bags and took them away.
As a result of the raid, many entrepreneurs have left without work.
Traders named such actions a robbery pointing out that police officers, special forces, as well as "militia men," and Russia’s Night Wolves bikers were involved in this illegal action.
According to local residents, they have already been warned that the “authorities” are going to demolish the similar stalls on Sapun Ridge.
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