Russians suggest returning Crimea in order to save Ruble

Activists in Russia are urging to boost their national currency by returning Crimea and cutting funding to militants in Donbass.

2 February 2016 16:05

Russians who gathered for a rally in Rostov-on-Don suggested that the Russian government consider several ways of rescuing the Russian Ruble.

They called on Moscow to return occupied Crimea to Ukraine and stop funding terrorists in Donbass.

“They should return Crimea, stop supporting terrorists in Donbass and try changing the government through elections!” said Stanislav Trutayev, the protest organizer.