“This is obviously planned provocation. There is nothing to discuss,” FlashCrimea edition reports citing a source in the City Administration.
It was reported earlier that Dmitry Medvedev, Leader of the United Russia party, visited the annexed Crimea to meet with participants of the party’s primary election to select candidates to the State Duma.
During his visit to annexed Crimea, Medvedev also met with outraged pensioners. When asked about pension indexation, he said, "No money," and called on the Crimean residents to "be strong."
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine voiced a protest against an unagreed stay of the Russian Prime Minister in Crimea.