domingo, 29 de novembro de 2015

Crimea without electricity for sixth day

With the territory dependent on generators that don't always work and the cold of winter to tighten, the situation begins to be dramatic.

In Sevastopol, the queues at the few ATM machines that work and the few fuel stations still distributing some: "there's almost filling stations operating, only two or three. This is very difficult, but we stand firm, there's no other way ", says one of the many motorists queued for fuel.

The Crimea, which the international community recognizes as still part of Ukraine, was annexed by Russia after the collapse of the Yanukovich Government, early last year.

The Tatar activists, who complain of discrimination by the Russian authorities, continue to occupy the area of the electrical poles sabotaged, to prevent a repair.

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