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The head of Crimea gave an interview to a major American radio station

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Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksyonov gave an interview to an American radio station Nation Public Radio, during which he answered questions about the state of affairs in the Crimea after the territory of the peninsula became part of Russia in 2014. According to Sergey Aksyonov, the region has returned forever to the Russian Federation, it will not go back to Ukraine, and therefore the nomination of any conditions in this regard is absolutely meaningless.


The Head of the Republic of Crimea noted that nothing threatens the peninsula militarily, as it turned into an impregnable fortress.

The head of Crimea gave an interview to a major American radio station


American journalists asked Aksyonov how foreign sanctions had an impact on him personally and on the Crimean economy. Aksyonov noted that “almost nothing”. The head of the republic once again reminded that he personally does not have foreign assets, and that the economy of the Crimea, despite external sanctions, continues to develop. The impetus to the development will add the commissioning of the Crimean bridge.

Sergey Aksenov:
None of the Ukrainian presidents paid attention to the Crimea (when he was part of Ukraine) as much as Russian President Vladimir Putin does today.


This is the first interview with Aksyonov to a large American media. The interview in the United States was titled: "Putin’s Man in Crimea:" We have returned to Russia forever. "
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  1. Grandfather
    Grandfather 29 January 2018 05: 44
    15
    everything is fine ... but why does not the gref with his “sperbank” go to Crimea? "owners" do not order?
    1. Herculesic
      Herculesic 29 January 2018 05: 52
      +5
      Sansky and sran-ktsiy afraid! fool
    2. oldseaman1957
      oldseaman1957 29 January 2018 05: 52
      12
      The head of Crimea gave an interview to a major American radio station
      - A clear man Aksyonov! And the Americans, who decided to find out the issue from the source, should be respected. Rarely do they do it now ...
      1. 210ox
        210ox 29 January 2018 06: 07
        12
        I do not agree with his statement. ". The head of the Republic of Crimea noted that nothing threatens the peninsula, since it has turned into an impregnable fortress." Not at the expense of an "impregnable fortress" ... And about "nothing is threatened." ..Threats. Moreover, even from the side of our "home-grown oligarchs" ... They correctly noticed about Sber and telecom operators .. Yes, and on the "continent" some people sabotage the introduction of the domestic payment system Mir .. I don’t say anything about the military threat .
        1. Golovan Jack
          Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 06: 20
          18
          Quote: 210ox
          Correctly noticed about Sberbank and telecom operators

          And what, excuse me, "right"?
          Sberbank, for example, unlike foreign banks, accepts payments from customers (enterprises) from the Crimea. Foreigners who actually comply with the sanctions do not accept.
          RNKB (Russian National Commercial Bank) - the backbone bank in the Crimea - received from Sber its entire branch network there. A trifle, oh ...
          And no company wants to go under sanctions.
          They, unlike the "patriots" from the couch, who need a "shit bullshit", for this analyst there are other competent people.
          That's about as wink
          1. 210ox
            210ox 29 January 2018 06: 29
            +4
            For some reason, many organizations, the same banks, are forced to climb under the sanctions .. For example, Krayinvest. But the Sberbank ATMs (we called it the hell branch) work through the stump of a deck, and the same KIB is more or less reliable. I mean the Kuban.
            Quote: Golovan Jack
            Quote: 210ox
            Correctly noticed about Sberbank and telecom operators

            And what, excuse me, "right"?
            Sberbank, for example, unlike foreign banks, accepts payments from customers (enterprises) from the Crimea. Foreigners who actually comply with the sanctions do not accept.
            RNKB (Russian National Commercial Bank) - the backbone bank in the Crimea - received from Sber its entire branch network there. A trifle, oh ...
            And no company wants to go under sanctions.
            They, unlike the "patriots" from the couch, who need a "shit bullshit", for this analyst there are other competent people.
            That's about as wink
            1. Golovan Jack
              Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 07: 15
              13
              Quote: 210ox
              For example, "Krayinvest"

              Compared to Sber, CIB is a small midge. And the "partners" are completely uninteresting, and it is difficult to squeeze them - it is a regional bank and operates in the Russian Federation.
              Unlike Sberbank, with its branches ... there are many places outside the Russian Federation, so to speak.
              Not at all enthusiastic about Sberbank (although, IMHO, now he is still friendlier to the client than he was under the Union), but forcibly shoving one of the largest banks in the country “under sanctions” (which, in essence, urry patriots call for) utter stupidity.
              IMHO.
              1. Strips
                Strips 29 January 2018 07: 48
                +2
                It’s just that Sberbank is an excellent indicator that Russia is truly afraid of sanctions so that patriots do not say cheers.
                Moreover, the reserve fund Russia has already used up and closed. God forbid oil prices fall.

                And today the news is expected:
                On January 29, an American “Kremlin report” is expected to be published, which will allow the United States to impose sanctions on officials and business representatives close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.


                And to maintain power, especially after the election, Putin will need to cover the losses of his entourage
                And at the expense of someone else they will do it quite understandably.
                1. Golovan Jack
                  Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 07: 52
                  +7
                  Quote: Tiras
                  quite understandable ...

                  ... food on Fridays, today is Monday only.
                2. vlad66
                  vlad66 29 January 2018 08: 04
                  +9
                  Quote: Tiras
                  to maintain power, especially after the election, Putin will need to cover the losses of his entourage

                  We don’t respect the elections with the forest, the forest and campaign there, on Mondays.
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                  2. Strips
                    Strips 29 January 2018 08: 20
                    0
                    Quote: vlad66
                    With the elections by the forest, the forest is not respected and with the campaign there, on Mondays we do not serve


                    Yes, you can see who you serve or who you wassat

                    1. vlad66
                      vlad66 29 January 2018 09: 32
                      +8
                      Quote: Tiras
                      see who you serve or who you

                      Burn sick wassat
                3. avt
                  avt 29 January 2018 09: 40
                  +5
                  Quote: Tiras
                  It’s just that Sberbank is an excellent indicator that Russia is truly afraid of sanctions so that patriots do not say cheers.
                  Moreover, the reserve fund Russia has already used up and closed. God forbid oil prices fall.

                  Poor bulk player, did Potapenko overhear with Nikitos Isaev in addition? bully
                  Quote: Tiras
                  On January 29, an American “Kremlin report” is expected to be published, which will allow the United States to impose sanctions on officials and business representatives close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

                  Don’t cry a little, it was already from the burned-out banker Pugachev and Panama dossiers who had fled to London, where the hetman Porosyonok got specifically, but they didn’t say anything about GDP. He’s not educated so that some, even us the bulk, found the ends bully So jump in a chair and in mud. And the ATMs of Sberbank in Moscow slow down, it happens.
          2. Dimal777
            Dimal777 29 January 2018 09: 15
            0
            I wonder how much sber was in the Crimea before 2014? I'll tell you - units! The whole network is a former privat, Aval, VTB. But the main thing is of course privat.
    3. Same lech
      Same lech 29 January 2018 05: 56
      +4
      but why does not the gref with his “sperbank” go to Crimea?

      German Oskarovich is an inveterate con man ... and I would love to build a personal wall with all the amenities for this shot.

      http://пятаяколонна.рф/docs/post2168.html

      It is for this reason that I cannot support the current government in the face of GDP.
      It’s just that a lot of different taxes are inconceivably introduced to the mind ... they raise prices for everything and everything ... and then Gref has fun in the methods and methods of large-scale Looting of our people and the authorities seem to notice and see nothing ...
      I don’t understand and never understandwhat GDP in this regard.
    4. siberalt
      siberalt 29 January 2018 06: 07
      +1
      Now, if in Crimea there were prices for holidays like in Turkey, then foreigners would go there, spitting on sanctions. lol
      1. Golovan Jack
        Golovan Jack 29 January 2018 06: 22
        +7
        Quote: siberalt
        Now, if in Crimea there were prices for holidays like in Turkey, then foreigners would go there, spitting on sanctions. lol

        No.
      2. rotmistr60
        rotmistr60 29 January 2018 07: 00
        +6
        foreigners reach out spitting sanctions
        Parliamentary delegations are visiting. After that, Ukraine proceeds to snot and initiates criminal proceedings. And foreigners on their own initiative have a rest, but are also surprised by the prices that do not correspond to the quality of the service, as the media wrote more than once.
    5. Polite Moose
      Polite Moose 29 January 2018 06: 52
      +1
      Quote: Dead Day
      but why does not the gref with his “sperbank” go to Crimea?

      Honestly and in good faith anti-Russian sanctions supported.
    6. Ural resident
      Ural resident 29 January 2018 11: 21
      +1
      Sberbank is not the same savings bank that it was before. From him only a sign remained.
      This is the same private bank as everyone else. Gref kept bragging that he was working in other countries, so he was afraid of losing the walrus.
      1. ul_vitalii
        ul_vitalii 29 January 2018 14: 15
        +6
        Quote: A resident of the Urals
        Sberbank is not the same savings bank that it was before. From him only a sign remained.
        This is the same private bank as everyone else. Gref kept bragging that he was working in other countries, so he was afraid of losing the walrus.

        In, like the Grudininsky state farm.
    7. Elephant
      Elephant 29 January 2018 16: 01
      +1
      We don’t need Grefovsky Sperbank in Crimea! Crimeans remember well how the Ukrainian daughter of Sberbank, as well as Privatbank and others, in 2014 fled from the Crimea along with the money of the inhabitants of the peninsula.
  2. Herculesic
    Herculesic 29 January 2018 05: 54
    +2
    The headline doesn't say anything yet! There, the essence of what was said is so twisted that reading the article will be scary!
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 29 January 2018 05: 56
      +1
      Quote: Herkulesich
      The headline doesn't say anything yet! There, the essence of what was said is so twisted that reading the article will be scary!

      they will compare Crimea with North Korea, and Aksyonova with Eun ... yes
  3. samarin1969
    samarin1969 29 January 2018 06: 22
    +4
    Aksyonov respect and support. He is trying to do a lot within the system. With his personal influence, transport, life, organization of work of various organizations changes greatly.
    About the economy and security, of course - half the truth. Big business works according to gray schemes. Security - ......... But in general, the "sovereign man" answered as it should, so as not to "disgrace himself before the powers."
  4. bald
    bald 29 January 2018 07: 16
    0
    Having passed the "censorship", the interview, if at all reaches the reader in the states, will be interpreted in a completely different way.
  5. koshmarik
    koshmarik 29 January 2018 08: 25
    +1
    All that is needed works in Crimea. The main problem is the reorganization of the local government, which remained unchanged after Ukraine and working the old fashioned way and resolving the issue of private property, with which there are still a lot of misunderstandings in the Crimea.
  6. thinker
    thinker 29 January 2018 08: 52
    0
    Quote: oldseaman1957
    The head of Crimea gave an interview to a major American radio station
    - A clear man Aksyonov! And the Americans, who decided to find out the issue from the source, should be respected. Rarely do they do it now ...

    Lively conversation, good, but the standard interview is annexation, oppression of the Crimean Tatars. Take a look at the source, respect will be reduced. hi
    “There is an atmosphere of fear of saying what you really think,” said Nariman Dzhelalov, leader of the Crimean Tatar minority. “Only that small group of people who are completely in love with Putin feels comfortable saying what they think. Anyone who has a critical point of view will be very afraid. ”
  7. Seva100pol
    Seva100pol 29 January 2018 10: 28
    +3
    The radio station is not Nation, but National Public Radio. A trifle, but still. The article includes the utterances of all there Nariman Dzhelalov from Medjelis. And the tone in general is, they say freedom was exchanged for prosperity. Although of course this is a clear progress for the most democratic.
  8. LVMI1980
    LVMI1980 29 January 2018 11: 46
    +1
    Why do you need Sber in the Crimea? few ATMs?
    Formally, there is no Sbera in the Crimea, otherwise our tourists in Turkey and other countries will raise a howl if they don’t have maps read, they passed ... (I’m disgusted to look at them even though I work in one company)
  9. roofing hedgehog
    roofing hedgehog 5 February 2018 12: 51
    0
    why do we need a savings bank here in Crimea? a bank that "dances" to the tune of the State Department will ... boycott the development of the peninsula and pry money from depositors.