The Crimea from the Russian Peninsula were sent to psychiatrists
The Crimean healers, who were placed on the US sanctions list yesterday, are unlikely to encounter difficulties in their work and, in addition, have received additional publicity. This was stated by the head of the region Sergey Aksenov.
"It will not affect in any way the development of our Republic, we live under sanctions since 2014, and during this time it was done more in the Russian Crimea than in almost a quarter of a century of life without sanctions as part of Ukraine.Also : entering sanctions lists is an additional advertisement for our accommodation, "he wrote on his Facebook page.
However, Aksyonov noted that such restrictive measures actually discriminate against ordinary criminals and aim to intimidate foreigners who want to come to the peninsula.
there is actually this logic of war, according to which to cause
give to the enemy, all means are good. These actions are even bigger.
strengthen our confidence in the choice made in 2014
in this, if it were not for Russia's intervention, our region would wait
the fate of the Donbass ", – emphasized the head of the republic.
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He said that this year the tourists from 132 countries visited the peninsula and invited the Americans to visit.
Later, during the signing of an agreement between Crimea and Sevastopol, Aksenov proposed a new package of restrictive measures to assess psychiatrists, writes Kryminform.
"It is good that they do not impose sanctions on individual houses.
If the Latvian part is already looking for someone who has opened a restaurant or not … So
this is a disease. We must turn to psychiatrists, "he said, assuring the Crimean people that the region will continue to develop despite all sanctions.
"I read for a laugh, another," summed up the head of the republic.
On the eve of November 8, the US Department of Finance announced an updated list of sanctions, which included three individuals and nine legal entities, including
Crimean sanatoriums "Ai-Petri", "Dyulber", "Miskhor", "Mriya" and JSC "Krymteploelektrotsentral".