The Internet connection has not been available for the whole day in Dzhankoy in the annexed Crimea according to a Crimean-Tatar activist Elzara Abduramanova.
”The Internet has been disconnected "for technical reasons" over 24 hours in Dzhankoy. Different urban service providers say that the situation is the same around the northern Crimea area. Perhaps, due to the situation on the border? “ Abduramanova writes.
August 8, the occupation authorities of the Crimea again blocked the entry and exit checkpoint "Kalanchak" an the administrative border with Ukraine. In "Chongar" the traffic moves in both directions, but very slowly. In "Chaplinka" Russian law enforcement officers allow only those who follow towards the peninsula.
August 7, around 7 a.m. the Russian authorities blocked the traffic at the administrative border with the occupied Crimea. The reasons were not reported.
Moreover, the Russian aviation was spotted close to the entry-exit checkpoint "Chongar”. Gun bursts were also heard near the location.
August 7, around 10:50, Russians resumed crossing at the entry-exit checkpoint "Chongar", and at about 14:30, at checkpoints "Kalanchak" and "Chaplinka", but only towards Crimea.