In Sevastopol, the armed law enforcement officers chased the holidaymakers from the Chersonese beach reserve. The corresponding video was published on YouTube.
Judging by the video, the tourists were resting near the sea, when policemen approached to them and brutally demanded to leave the coast.
However, locals tried to protect the tourists disturbed by the fact that law enforcement officers were in possession of machine guns.
Users ridiculed the incident with the tourists and the police in their comments below the video.
“Well, you wanted this. But, "you are in Russia!" Even stones from the sky? The trifles of life - the machine guns!” wrote a user.
“GULAG island,” another user posted.
Just a reminder: Earlier, Permanent Delegate of the Russian Federation to UNESCO Eleonora Mitrofanova said that the monitoring of the safety of the museum-reserve by UNESCO is no longer carried out since the organization does not recognize that the Chersonese museum-reserve is under the responsibility of Russia.
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