The chairman of the Henichesk district administration Oleksandr Vorobiov stated this, – reports Radio Liberty ‘Crimea.Realities’ project.
According to him, activists have received all the necessary permissions.
As known, on September 20, 2015, a perpetual campaign to block the trucks, which go to the annexed Crimea with the food and goods, initiated by the Crimean Tatars’ leaders, began. In mid-January 2016, blockade action changed its format. Its participants were preparing for sharing services with Ukrainian border guards as a part of the Asker formation.
It should be recalled that on March 23, it was reported that activists got access to joint patrolling of border control checkpoints Chongar, Chaplynka and Kalanchak, at the administrative border with Russian-annexed Crimea. 33 members of the civil blockade of peninsula passed tests and were allowed access.