Crimea blockade activists plan to stop Kerch ferry – activists' leader
One of the activists and leaders of the Crimea blockade protest Lenur Isliamov has said that the activists plan to organize the full isolation of the peninsula, including the blockade of the Kerch ferry.
"We have several stages. As we earlier announced: the full blockade of Crimea. First the food blockade (we've done it), then energy blockade (we've done it too) and the sea blockade," Isliamov said in an interview with Open Russia posted on its youtub e channel.
He said that Crimea Tatars plan to return Crimea anyway, with the participation of Ukrainian authorities or without them.
The way to achieve the goal is the complete isolation of Crimea.
"Then there will be the sea blockade, including the blockade of Kerch ferry," he said.
Open Russia is Russian nongovernmental organizations founded in 2001 by shareholders in Yukos oil company and a group of individuals. Board Chairman is Mikhail Khodorkovsky.