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Memorial to "Heavenly Hundred" was dismantled in Kherson

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The city of Kherson, located on Russian-controlled territory, again acquired Svoboda Square, the inhabitants of the city dismantled a memorial erected in 2016 by the Kiev regime.


On Monday, April 11, residents of Kherson, liberated from the nationalists, dismantled the Heavenly Hundred memorial installed on Perekopskaya Street. They removed the portraits of "Maidan heroes" hanging there, and also removed the flag of the European Union and Ukraine. In addition, photographs of the so-called "heroes of the ATO" who killed civilians in the Donbass were taken.

According to local residents, the Heavenly Hundred Square, renamed after the coup in Kyiv, has again become Svoboda Square, as it was originally called.

Prior to that, on Saturday, the Ukrainian flag was removed from the city administration building and the Russian one was raised. In addition, on the central square, photographs of Ukrainian "Atoshniks" were covered with ornaments so as not to spoil the view.

The changes that have taken place, welcomed by local residents, have caused a wave of indignation in the territory controlled by Kiev. In various Ukrainian publics, outraged Ukrainians write angry posts against the inhabitants of Kherson, accusing them of "bullying" the "heroes of the Maidan." Ukronationalists are particularly angry with the fact that posters and boards have been removed throughout the city with the inscription that Kherson is part of Ukraine, and the local population has nothing against it.

Meanwhile, Mikhail Sheremet, a Crimean deputy, proposed restoring the Taurida province within its pre-revolutionary borders. In his opinion, the Crimean peninsula, the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine should be included in the province. The capital of the new province will be Simferopol.
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  1. Mouse
    Mouse April 11 2022 17: 24
    +40
    That's right - the Tauride province. There are Ukrainians, Russians, Belarusians, Kazakhs, Caucasians in it - in general, internationalism should dominate in our land. And it is better not to remember the name of the former republic. Shameful glory, the same rake so to speak. They will all have the same dream.
    1. Cat Alexandrovich
      Cat Alexandrovich April 11 2022 17: 28
      -20
      Somehow, such a large Tavria does not really fit into modern Russia. Yes, and the merits of the Crimea in its own liberation are reduced by its introduction to Tavria. So I think this proposal is too much.
      1. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris April 11 2022 17: 36
        +29
        Well, let there be the Tauride Federal District.
        1. Cat Alexandrovich
          Cat Alexandrovich April 11 2022 17: 38
          +8
          That's more interesting!
        2. Plate
          Plate April 11 2022 20: 25
          +3
          Novorossiysk (edited: "Damn, sounds somehow consonant with Novorossiysk"), Kyiv and Carpathian.
        3. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr April 12 2022 10: 05
          +1
          Quote: dmi.pris
          Well, let there be the Tauride Federal District.
          Before the Tauride province, there was also the Tauride region (1784 -1796):
          The region was created by a personal decree of Catherine II to the Senate from
          (8) February 19, 1784 "On the structure of the Tauride region", on the territory of the former Crimean Khanate, the Tauride region was formed, on part of the territory of the former Crimean Khanate, with the center in the city of Karasubazar, but in the same year the capital was moved to Simferopol. By the same decree, the region was divided into 7 counties:.......


      2. Borik
        Borik April 11 2022 17: 41
        +26
        Freedom Square was freed from Nazi debris.
      3. lis-ik
        lis-ik April 11 2022 17: 52
        +6
        Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
        . Yes, and the merits of Crimea in its own liberation are reduced by its introduction to Tavria

        How? He brought himself back to Russia.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding April 11 2022 17: 59
          +4
          Quote: lis-ik
          How? He brought himself back to Russia

          Kot Alexandrovich writes about that.
          That Crimea is in a special account.
      4. -Paul-
        -Paul- April 11 2022 18: 04
        +4
        Tauride region.
      5. Piramidon
        Piramidon April 11 2022 18: 08
        +5
        Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
        Yes, and the merits of Crimea in its own liberation are reduced by its introduction to Tavria

        Why would? This Kherson will have to join the Crimea, which was the basis of Tavria. The administrative center of the Tauride region has always been Simferopol
        1. Cat Alexandrovich
          Cat Alexandrovich April 11 2022 19: 16
          0
          But I don't think it SHOULD! Crimea is a republic, Kherson is a region (or a way is also a republic), Zaporozhye is a region... Etc.
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon April 11 2022 19: 28
            +1
            Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
            Crimea - republic, Kherson - region

            Can't a republic include several regions?
            1. Cat Alexandrovich
              Cat Alexandrovich April 11 2022 19: 35
              +6
              Like it can't. But I'm talking about something else. Why bother with mergers - mergers - separations? There is still a subject of Ukraine, the path will be a subject of Russia. And Tauris, all sorts of Russia, etc. ... This can be done later. Is there nothing to do there, except for renaming and redrawing administrative boundaries?
      6. Taimen
        Taimen April 11 2022 18: 38
        +3
        So Tavria is Crimea.
      7. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 April 11 2022 19: 50
        +2
        The area is comparable to the Krasnodar Territory.
    2. gansales
      gansales April 11 2022 17: 31
      +24
      On Monday, April 11, residents of Kherson, liberated from nationalists, dismantled the Heavenly Hundred memorial installed on Perekopskaya Street.

      Been waiting for this for a long time..!!!! Soon all over the Outskirts ...
      PS The most interesting thing is that they shot this "hundred" of their own, as now in Bucha, etc. provocations ..
      1. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris April 11 2022 17: 38
        +19
        The funny thing is that if billboards are removed in Dnepropetrovsk at one fine moment and the heavenly hundred are taken to a landfill, then the locals will not say anything either.
      2. Machito
        Machito April 11 2022 17: 39
        +16
        The main thing is that our flag flies over the city.
        Where once the Russian flag is raised, it should not be lowered. (WITH)
      3. fif21
        fif21 April 11 2022 18: 17
        +4
        Quote from gansales
        The most interesting thing is that this "hundred" was shot by their own

        Georgian snipers on the orders of Turchinov. There are also testimonies of these killers on camera. hi
        1. gansales
          gansales April 11 2022 19: 49
          +2
          Quote: fif21
          Quote from gansales
          The most interesting thing is that this "hundred" was shot by their own

          Georgian snipers on the orders of Turchinov. There are also testimonies of these killers on camera. hi

          There was something like that, and without the CIA it clearly could not have done hi
          1. Alex Nevs
            Alex Nevs April 12 2022 17: 20
            +1
            At the direction of the Criminal Waltzman, and he was given the State Department for a tranche
      4. Comrade
        Comrade April 12 2022 15: 24
        +1
        Quote from gansales
        The most interesting thing is that they shot this "hundred" of their own, as now in Bucha

        The most interesting thing is that five people out of this "hundred" died of natural causes on the wrong day and in the wrong place where they were allegedly shot. The rest, yes, they shot their own, some were not shot, but simply drunkenly beaten to death by the same scumbags as themselves.
        There is an interesting investigation, strictly on a documentary basis.
    3. midivan
      midivan April 11 2022 19: 04
      +4
      [/ quote] That's right - the Taurida province. There are Ukrainians, Russians, Belarusians, Kazakhs in it, [quote]
      Meanwhile, the Kazakhs bite the bit and wink at America... The brothers, after all...
  2. rocket757
    rocket757 April 11 2022 17: 24
    +12
    Changes?
    Something has to happen, it's expected.
    What are we waiting for next?
    The whole south, the former Ukraine, will become Russian provinces, as it was before the Bolsheviks redrawn the country???
    1. Tatyana
      Tatyana April 11 2022 17: 34
      +11
      Quote: rocket757
      The whole south, the former Ukraine, will become Russian provinces, as it was before the Bolsheviks redrawn the country???
      That is exactly what needs to be done!

      It must be clearly understood that historically there is no such nationality as a "Ukrainian", no matter what and whoever objects to this now! Namely.

      "Ukrainians" is not an ethnic name, but a state-territorial name.
      "Ukrainians" is the same as "Russians", "Muscovites", "Petersburgers", "Volzhans", "Siberians", "Urals", etc. These names speak either about the place of residence of a person, or about the country of his citizenship - and nothing more.

      During the census of the population of Soviet Russia in 1922, Jews, Poles, Litvins, etc. recorded themselves as "Ukrainians" in the "nationality" column. This gave them the opportunity for career growth under the Soviet regime, as allegedly politically loyal people to the Soviet system and Soviet power.
      And having entered the power structures in this way, they also forcibly recorded Russians by nationality in the column "nationality" as Ukrainians, and not Russians. Thus, expanding the territory for the formation of its future Ukrainian USSR in accordance with the administrative-territorial division of Soviet Russia according to the so-called. "NATIONAL sign" - by the way, at the insistence of Lenin himself. Stalin was against such a division.

      The trouble was that on the outskirts of the Republic of Ingushetia there was no industry and there was no working class there as a material carrier of the so-called. "proletarian internationalism". And so Soviet power in Ukraine went to the local petty bourgeoisie there - that is, local local bourgeois nationalists.

      And the very word "Ukrainian" takes its name from the time of the Commonwealth, when the captured Russian - Russian - territories were considered by the Poles to be the outskirts of the Polish Empire, and the Poles called the inhabitants on them simply shtetl-indiscriminately "o Kraintsy".

      With this historical political farce in Ukraine and stupid provocative Ukrainian Nazism, it's time to end once and for all!
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 April 11 2022 17: 46
        +7
        You can argue endlessly, what's the point?
        After the restoration of territorial belonging in the image of the Russian empire, what will remain of Ukraine? A couple of three provinces, nothing more.
        It's historical justice...or isn't it?
      2. gansales
        gansales April 11 2022 19: 57
        +2
        Quote: Tatiana
        And the very word "Ukrainian" takes its name from the time of the Commonwealth, when the captured Russian - Russian - territories were considered by the Poles to be the outskirts of the Polish Empire, and the Poles called the inhabitants on them simply shtetl-indiscriminately "o Kraintsy".

        With this historical political farce in Ukraine and stupid provocative Ukrainian Nazism, it's time to end once and for all!

        There is also such a thing as "selyuks", mainly the western Outskirts, and they really hated Eastern Ukraine (industry is developed and there are many educated people) .. These selyuks were taken by buses to the Maidan by Westerners "goats" And they are now in Mariopul, etc. they sat down realizing what would happen to them and did not want to return to their historical homeland to graze goats and work as laborers for the lords ..
        And they have a specific view and creepy cruelty ..
        Recycling only!
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 April 12 2022 10: 01
          +1
          Just a piece of advice... figure it out more precisely in such a question, what is the national composition of those whom we call Nazis and other words.
          You will be unpleasantly surprised about the Selyuks, Westerners ..... stereotypes are such a thing, everyone is subject to it.
      3. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 April 11 2022 19: 58
        +1
        Stalin was the creator of the majority of national autonomies in the RSFSR. In fact, he was one of the ideologists of the national policy of the party and the people's commissar for nationalities. He was not an opponent of national autonomies, but during the period of discussion about the creation of the USSR, he believed that they should be part of the RSFSR.
      4. Alex Justice
        Alex Justice April 11 2022 20: 22
        +1
        Lenin invented this republic. And local propaganda inspired the villagers that they were special, not quite Russian.
      5. PSih2097
        PSih2097 April 11 2022 21: 39
        +2
        Quote: Tatiana
        "Ukrainians" is not an ethnic name, but a state-territorial name.
        "Ukrainians" is the same as "Russians", "Muscovites", "Petersburgers", "Volzhans", "Siberians", "Urals", etc. These names speak either about the place of residence of a person, or about the country of his citizenship - and nothing more.

        Nothing like that, there were Little Russians and Little Russia, and Ukraine and Ukrainians were invented in Austria-Hungary ...
      6. Vlad69
        Vlad69 April 11 2022 22: 16
        +4
        I confirm: I was registered as a Ukrainian in the birth certificate only by the fact of being born in the Ukrainian SSR (Odessa region, that is still Ukraine lol ). And parents are Russian + Udmurt. And by this fact I should be a patriot of this very Ukraine? It's funny, like the fact that I'm a "wide Ukrainian".
    2. Jager
      Jager April 12 2022 09: 39
      +2
      Again the Bolsheviks are to blame. No. Only for some reason everyone forgets that the USSR was a ONE state.
  3. antivirus
    antivirus April 11 2022 17: 25
    -9
    Joy is premature.
    That's when Chubais speaks at the Congress of Agrarians of the Kherson region (with the slogan: more grain for the development of Antarctica) - this is a victory.
    While moving away from the abyss of destruction of Russia.
  4. NIKN
    NIKN April 11 2022 17: 26
    +6
    to restore the Taurida province within its pre-revolutionary borders. In his opinion, the Crimean peninsula, the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine should be included in the province. The capital of the new province will be Simferopol.
    I am for. good
    1. SKVichyakow
      SKVichyakow April 11 2022 17: 33
      +8
      Quote: NIKNN
      to restore the Taurida province within its pre-revolutionary borders. In his opinion, the Crimean peninsula, the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine should be included in the province. The capital of the new province will be Simferopol.
      I am for. good

      And not only the Tauride province. To restore justice.
      1. Alex Justice
        Alex Justice April 11 2022 20: 23
        -2
        And condemn Lenin for the division of Russia.
    2. Flooding
      Flooding April 11 2022 17: 33
      +1
      I don't think this is a good option.
      About 70 thousand sq. km.
      Two and a half times more than the entire Donetsk region.
      Does the deputy correctly assess the forces?
      This is a huge responsibility.
      Have all the issues been resolved in Crimea?

      My opinion is that the Black Sea unsinkable aircraft, missile carrier should be a separate unit.
      They have their worries through the roof.
      1. Sergej1972
        Sergej1972 April 11 2022 20: 00
        +1
        Krasnodar Territory 76 thousand sq. km., Stavropol Territory 66 thousand square meters. km.
        1. Flooding
          Flooding April 11 2022 20: 10
          -2
          Quote: Sergej1972
          Krasnodar Territory 76 thousand sq. km., Stavropol Territory 66 thousand square meters. km.

          there is much more
          Russia is a huge country ))
          but under the conditions of denazification, control becomes much more complicated
          and at home, as you know, the walls help
  5. House 25 Sq. 380
    House 25 Sq. 380 April 11 2022 17: 27
    +8
    Ukrainians began to suspect something...
  6. TANKa
    TANKa April 11 2022 17: 27
    +9
    Head, do not leave the city! I can’t even imagine what will happen to the civilians if the city falls back under the rule of the Nazis!
    1. lis-ik
      lis-ik April 11 2022 17: 30
      +3
      Quote: TANKa
      Head, do not leave the city! I can’t even imagine what will happen to the civilians if the city falls back under the rule of the Nazis!

      But they can. Another arrived from Europe.
    2. Cat Alexandrovich
      Cat Alexandrovich April 11 2022 17: 30
      +2
      And indeed it is possible. Alas ... Our authorities, at least, did not even say otherwise ...
    3. Paranoid50
      Paranoid50 April 11 2022 17: 50
      0
      Quote: TANKa
      I can't even imagine what will happen

      And it is not necessary - why these irrepressible and stupid fantasies? request Well, you're forgiven, but two pulled up from below and let's howl. fellow bully
  7. Gunther
    Gunther April 11 2022 17: 32
    +7
    Sheremet thinks in the right direction, and the PMR + Odessa is part of Russia.
    Some analysts argue that the Galicians are complete mankurts and are not subject to correction, they say, the experience is post-war.
    Deport banderlogs
    to their beloved Poland and to the vacated living space to settle the refugees who lost their homes from the barbaric shelling of the Kiev junta.
  8. Kesha1980
    Kesha1980 April 11 2022 17: 33
    +4
    Well, in principle, the governor of the Crimea proved to be strong. You can also join in 8-10 months - a normal sowing campaign will take place, they will receive peaceful money.
    But children and relatives to Moscow to universities! And then the next European Institutes will begin in Riga and Vilnius ...
  9. Lelek
    Lelek April 11 2022 17: 38
    +5
    IMHO, it is necessary to save the names of regions and cities of the times of the USSR. To some extent, this will restore the residents' confidence that the recent "dill" past will not return and, at the same time, will not feebly troll the "Wests".
    1. Alex Justice
      Alex Justice April 11 2022 20: 26
      0
      Why USSR? It is necessary to return the historical names.
  10. polpot
    polpot April 11 2022 17: 42
    +8
    The end of the satanic temple, demolish and erect a monument to the War of the Liberator.
  11. Fat
    Fat April 11 2022 17: 44
    +4
    Meanwhile, Mikhail Sheremet, a Crimean deputy, proposed restoring the Taurida province within its pre-revolutionary borders. In his opinion, the Crimean peninsula, the Kherson region and the Azov part of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine should be included in the province. The capital of the new province will be Simferopol.

    We'll live and see. A nuclear conflict is on the threshold, and only the presence of sanity separates to a small step.
  12. u-345
    u-345 April 11 2022 17: 49
    +11
    As part of the Russian Federation there are regions, territories, republics ....
    But there are no provinces. It would be nice to have an explanation from a friend.
    1. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 April 11 2022 20: 02
      +1
      I think it would be logical to create an edge.
  13. Mouse
    Mouse April 11 2022 17: 52
    +5
    Quote: dmi.pris
    The funny thing is that if billboards are removed in Dnepropetrovsk at one fine moment and the heavenly hundred are taken to a landfill, then the locals will not say anything either.

    They won't say, I'm from there myself. And all they have done is a shame and a provocation, and a good reason to cancel everything and take it under the Russian wing. The outskirts were the outskirts will remain-there is no Ukraine and there is no need. International. And for nationalism - an article. And learning the language - at will, and not as before.
  14. Pavel57
    Pavel57 April 11 2022 17: 54
    +1
    Quote: Borik
    Freedom Square was freed from Nazi debris.

    The words "Freedom" no longer sound abstract.
  15. taiga2018
    taiga2018 April 11 2022 17: 55
    +2
    This is what happens in every city there is such a memorial?
    1. Egoza
      Egoza April 11 2022 18: 44
      +4
      Quote: taiga2018
      This is what happens in every city there is such a memorial?

      And what did you think? Look at the memorial itself! Surely there were lists of soldiers who died in the Second World War - the inhabitants of this city. These lists are torn down and hung out by "heroes" so that they don't remember about real heroes.
  16. Mouse
    Mouse April 11 2022 18: 01
    +2
    Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
    Somehow, such a large Tavria does not really fit into modern Russia. Yes, and the merits of the Crimea in its own liberation are reduced by its introduction to Tavria. So I think this proposal is too much.

    Taurida Governorate is an administrative-territorial unit of the Russian Empire, the Russian Republic and the RSFSR. The province existed from October 8 (20), 1802 to October 18, 1921 (then, until December 31, 1922, the Tauride Governorate of the RSFSR existed, but already without Crimea, within the limits of only the Northern Tavria Peninsula). The provincial city is Simferopol.
  17. sleeve
    sleeve April 11 2022 18: 01
    +3
    So. We are not leaving Kherson. Where else?
  18. tralmaster
    tralmaster April 11 2022 18: 12
    +2
    Kherson watermelons are not like Uzbek ones.
    1. your1970
      your1970 April 11 2022 20: 00
      -1
      Quote: tralmaster
      Kherson watermelon not like Uzbek.
      - you can be confused with melons???
      So in Uzbekistan, watermelons are not particularly grown - too unsuitable soil + expensive transportation.
      Yes, and the taste of Uzbek watermelons is very so-so ...
      1. Sergei Klimov
        Sergei Klimov April 11 2022 23: 58
        +3
        I lived in Tashkent for 20 years. There were a huge number of watermelons. And marble / as we called it because of the crust / is much better than Astrakhan and others that we sell. So don't lie.
        1. your1970
          your1970 April 12 2022 07: 22
          0
          Quote: Sergei Klimov
          I lived in Tashkent for 20 years.

          And I worked for 13 years as a customs officer at the border of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation ....
          During all this time there were only 2 refsections with Uzbek watermelons.
          Melons, apricots, plums, pomegranates, vegetables, dried fruits were and are being brought from there all year round.
          The same is true in Sol-Iletsk - anything from Uzbekistan, except for watermelons ..
          Moreover, they carry both cheap and extremely expensive ones - for pretentious restaurants.
          But there were no watermelons ....
          And if they were really tasty, they would definitely be taken. Regardless of the price ...
          For example, plums and cherries 20 years ago were taken along 1500 per kg(!!!!!!!!!!)- when a plum on the market cost 10 rubles, and a cherry 15.
          For Moscow casinos and pretentious taverns, this was then the norm ....

          Quote: Sergei Klimov
          much better than Astrakhan and others that we sell.
          - the bulk of such watermelons are Kazakh, they are small. Unlike Astrakhan and Rovno, for which 10 kg is normal average the weight.
          Therefore, they sell mainly Kazakh ones - 2-3-5 kg, which an ordinary family eats at a time.
  19. Wbond
    Wbond April 11 2022 18: 19
    0
    ... the real story cannot be replaced by a "Maidan remake" ...
  20. bessonov932
    bessonov932 April 11 2022 18: 31
    -2
    At this place it is necessary to erect a monument to Charles Darwin!
  21. Daverk
    Daverk April 11 2022 18: 50
    -2
    the memorial is good - I went 10-15 meters behind the wall and you can at least write, at least poop, probably the locals did it)
  22. Skipper
    Skipper April 11 2022 19: 15
    +4
    Ukronazi coat of arms in the form of a trident in the furnace. Complete dismantling and demolition of all Ukronazi symbols of the former Ukraine
  23. Gnat76
    Gnat76 April 11 2022 19: 27
    +1
    Quote: SKVichyakow
    And not only the Tauride province. To restore justice.

    And return the monuments of Lenin - so that farts explode.
  24. cheburator
    cheburator April 11 2022 19: 40
    +4
    Taurida province is historical justice! In the future, there should be regions or people's republics, there should be no Khokhloins, as there never were. There was only a mistake of the Bolsheviks, but the mistakes must be corrected and better late than never.
    1. your1970
      your1970 April 11 2022 20: 19
      +1
      Quote: cheburator
      In the future, there should be regions or people's republics

      With what fright - people? LDNR really created the people. And they folded their paws - "Oh, we are afraid ..." and waited for someone to free them ...
      Exclusively areas, no more, they didn’t deserve ...
    2. Magog_
      Magog_ April 11 2022 20: 49
      0
      Try, at least for yourself, to decide on the phrase "historical justice"? Before Catherine’s Romanov’s troops appeared in Tavria, Russian people also lived there, there were cities with their own names ... Many cities were destroyed to the ground, new ones were supposedly founded in their place, the extermination of the population was in the nature of genocide ... Find and read history " annexation of the Crimea", etc. And remember the "historical justice"! I mean, every word has its own meaning...
  25. Gentium1
    Gentium1 April 11 2022 22: 55
    -1
    All this, of course, is good. Yes, but Kherson has never been part of the Taurida province ...
  26. Mouse
    Mouse April 11 2022 22: 57
    0
    Quote: -Paul-
    Tauride region.

    It has always been and always will be. And even the "Tavria" machine was assembled.
  27. Mouse
    Mouse April 11 2022 22: 58
    0
    Quote from: gentium
    All this, of course, is good. Yes, but Kherson has never been part of the Taurida province ...

    Let me trim a little.
  28. Roust
    Roust April 11 2022 23: 34
    +1
    Denazification.
  29. doka
    doka April 12 2022 01: 14
    -2
    but in vain it would remind how to do it inappropriately before all of them are people victims of propaganda and the Maidan, like a lamb on the slaughter
  30. gsev
    gsev April 12 2022 09: 46
    0
    Quote: Cat Alexandrovich
    Somehow, such a large Tavria does not really fit into modern Russia.

    In terms of population, this Tauride region is about half of Moscow. Economically, the water intake of the Crimean Canal and the Crimea are one Territory. Mariupol and Berdyansk are more logically attributed to the DPR.
    1. Essex62
      Essex62 April 12 2022 11: 38
      +1
      Let's finish the special operation by fulfilling all the tasks announced, and only then we will divide the territories on an administrative basis
  31. Starley66
    Starley66 April 13 2022 10: 51
    0
    Well done, clean your land from the brown plague!
    and the territory should be called NOVOROSSIYA
  32. Timofei Sergeevich
    Timofei Sergeevich April 13 2022 22: 11
    0
    Here is the answer to the killers of civilians and dissenters, and to the destroyers of Russian and Soviet monuments! Long live the Taurida province! Down with the fascist junta!