Crimean authorities are going to demolish the commercial facility of Ilver Ametov, Chairman of the regional Mejlis, in Sudak on March 23, according to a QHA source in Crimea.
According to preliminary information, private hotels of Crimean Tatars located near the water park in the city of Sudak could be demolished tomorrow.
It was reported earlier by QHA that the commercial facilities recognized by the Russian authorities as "illegal" were cut off from electricity supply. Such an instruction was given by Mikhail Sheremet, the First Deputy Chairman of the Crimean Council of Ministers, imposing the execution responsibility on Krymenergo.
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