Resistance in occupied Crimea becomes more pro-Ukrainian – Tasheva



Tasheva also noted that resistance in Crimea continues to grow.

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“Never since the occupation began has the resistance been so clearly pro-Ukrainian and visualized as pro-Ukrainian,” Tasheba said. “Because the resistance in Crimea by 2022 was more about human rights.”

Ukrainian songs are now heard in weddings and classrooms on the peninsula, and people on the streets hand out leaflets with information about the full-blown invasion and the victims of the Russian aggression, according to Tasheva.

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“Now we see on the walls of Crimean houses the words ‘Glory to the Ukrainian army.’ We send messages to each other, and we see many other types of resistance.”

At the end of January, General Ben Hodges, former commander of U.S. forces in Europe, said: Fighting for Crimea will be a key point in Russia’s war against Ukraineand predicted that Ukraine would create the conditions for the final liberation of the peninsula in the coming months.

The Pentagon does not believe Ukraine can or will soon be able to drive Russian forces out of Crimea, US news website Politico quoted four senior Pentagon officials on Feb. 2. and wrote.

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According to Ukrainian intelligence, the aggressors are already preparing an operation for the Ukrainian army to liberate Ukraine’s Crimea.

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