Russian Penal System empoloyees who must be tired of the amount of work, can now relax in the boarding house established specially for them in the resort village Rybachye (Alushta), according to the press-service of the Federal Penal Service of Russia in the Crimea.
“The boarding house is renovated and repaired. Three types of accommodation are provided to the Penal System employees and their family members. All rooms are equipped with necessary furniture and air conditioning systems ... Rivers Alachuk and Andus merge within the village and fall into the sea. Local attractions include a waterfall Jur-Jur and a mountain Demerdzhi ,” tells the press-service of the agency.
Following the annexation of Crimea, the Russian Federation began to persecute the activists and pro-Ukrainian Crimean Tatars. Human rights activists and the International Community have repeatedly called on the Kremlin to stop human rights violations. Russian authorities deny their repressive policies against the local population of Crimea.
24 Ukrainians are the political prisoners in the occupied Crimea. 11 of the 16 missing people are Crimean Tatars, as well as 8 persons of the 10 dead.
Photo: press service of the FPS Russia