In the temporarily occupied peninsula, the local police feel the tension and therefore intensified the repression of the local population.
Thus, the FSB has become more active in Crimea, which for the first time since 2014 is actively checking local cars. Also, during searches, the police check phones and laptops in order to identify anyone who may be involved in the Ukrainian underground.
It should be noted that on March 28, the public resistance movement “Yellow Ribbon” handed over to representatives of the European Parliament letters from Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar activists and opinion leaders with stories about resistance to the Russian occupiers in Crimea.
It is also worth emphasizing that there are instructions for cleaning gadgets on the website of the National Resistance Center.