06 December 2018, 10:37

What happens to the beaches of occupied Crimean - Photo example from Sevastopol


On the only publicly accessible beach Tavrida in Batiliman (a bay in the Balaklava region of Sevastopol), the occupation authorities are building a three-meter fence, Primechaniya reported.
The territory is isolated from the inhabitants of the annexed Crimea on instructions from the “ex-governor” Sergey Menaylo. The access to the beach was not immediately closed, however, warning signs were placed on the slopes leading to the sea.

Sign “Territory of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. No entry”