Putin comes to Crimea
Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation, has visited the peninsula on the ninth anniversary of the occupation of Crimea.
Source: Russian state-owned news agencies TASS and Vesty; Russian-appointed governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhayev
Details: As previously announced by his press secretary Dmitry Peskov, the president will take part "in the opening of a significant cultural and historical facility".
Razvozhayev wrote that Putin allegedly came specifically for the opening of a children's art school in Khersones, which he was supposed to be shown via video conference.
The so-called "governor" also says that Putin "knows how to surprise" and allegedly came to Crimea personally by car.
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