"Authorities" of occupied Crimea starts broadcasting in border areas of Ukraine
The so-called Crimean authorities launched broadcasting in the border areas of Ukraine.
The State Duma deputy from Crimean region Ruslan Balbek told about it, Russian media write.
According to him, it is a Crimean Tatar radio "Vatan sedasy" ( "The Voice of Motherland").
Additional transmitters were installed in Dzhankoy, to increase signal in the border areas of the Kherson region, where a small number of Crimean Tatars live.
"Listening to the Crimean radio allow compatriots to stay within the cultural, social and political life of the republic,"- Balbek said.
The cover of Kherson region is going to increase after installation of the additional transmitter in Krasnoperekopsk.
Note, that the first newspaper in Ukrainian will appear in the Crimea.
Recall, aggressor country annexed the Crimea in March 2014. In April 2014, the first Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on rehabilitation of Crimean Tatars and other Crimean peoples who suffered from repression. Currently, there are three official languages in the region - Russian, Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar.
Note, nearly 20 thousand Crimean Tatars left the annexed Crimea to rescue their families from the Putin regime.