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Crimea ready to supply electricity to Ukraine

Surplus electricity generated in Crimea can be supplied to Ukraine but only after restoration of power transmission lines in its territory, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Cherezov said. "[Power …

Benthos level increases in Sivash Bay

In the west of the Sea of Azov, in the Sivash Bay, the level of bottom organisms, benthos, has increased, while the number of large animals decreased, the Sevastopol Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the South Seas informs. …

 Black Sea Fleet drills start in Crimea tomorrow

Over 2,000 troops will land from the Black Sea Fleet’s warships onto the Crimean coast during tactical drills, the Fleet’s press office reported. "A total of 24 combat ships and support vessels, over 2,000 …

Large-scale drills kick off in south Russia

Large-scale command and staff drills have kicked off in south Russia involving 8,200 troops, the press office of the Southern Military District reported. "The combat training measures involve large units and military formations of …

Crimean Tatars refuse Zelensky's ‘autonomy’

Crimean Tatars do not need any dreamy national-territorial autonomy, the head of the regional national-cultural autonomy of the Crimean Tatars, Eyvaz Umerov, said today. “Crimean Tatars do not need any dreamy …

Mysterious whole-stone sarcophagus found in Crimea

An empty sarcophagus of unknown origin carved from the solid stone was found by the expedition of the State Hermitage at the excavations of the ancient city of Mirmekiy in Kerch, the head of the expedition, Alexander Butyagin reported today. …

Crimea’s  isolation failed, Aksenov says

The participation of foreign guests in the international bike show near Sevastopol indicates the failure of attempts to contain Russia and isolate Crimea, head of the republic Sergey Aksenov expressed his opinion. According to him, the …

Ukrainian media criticize Crimean resorts

Ukrainian journalists published an article in the Internet portal Obozrevatel, where they mention poor conditions in Crimean resorts, but the readers did not believe it. The article reads that residents of the peninsula cannot find a …