21.10.14 16:00

Crimean Palaces and Wildlife Reserves Transformed into Putin's Residences by Occupation Authorities

Occupation authorities of the Crimea have decided to transfer many of famous locations of the peninsula to Administrative department of the President Vladimir Putin for free use.

The Putin administration has gained control over the Yusupov palace and park complex and the Crimean Nature Reserve in Alushta, Censor.NET reports citing Novoe Vremya, as informed by TASS.

The Administrative department of the President Putin will also manage residence Dubrava-2 (hunting lodge in the Crimean reserve sector), two residences in Gaspra village, and state residence Mala Sosnіvka from now on.

Six resorts will be also used by the Kremlin: Pivdenny in Foros village, Zori Ukrayiny (Stars of Ukraine) in Simeiz village, Gurzuf and Nyzhnia Oreanda near Yalta, Alushta resort and Kurpaty, and two children's camp, Raduga and Russia.

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Massanda enterprise has been also transferred under Russian control by the Crimean occupation authorities.

It includes state enterprises Livadia (excluding vineyards), Gurzuf, Tavryda, Alushta, Malorichenske, Morske, Sudak, and Pryvitne.

The other day, Warsaw requested that Russian Federation returns Crimea in order to end sanctions.

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