Putin trifft zum Jahrestag der Wiedervereinigung auf der Krim ein

18 mar 2023 2:48 p.m

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in the Crimean peninsula on Saturday to celebrate the ninth anniversary of the peninsula’s reunification with Russia.

The head of state toured a children’s art school and also visited “Korsun”, a branch of the renowned international children’s center Artek, which dates back to Soviet times. Putin also reviewed the progress of the construction of the Chersonesos Taurica Historical and Archaeological Park.

Chersonesos was an ancient Greek colony founded around 2,500 years ago and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvozhayev said the city authorities had prepared a video conference with the president to mark the opening of the art school. However, Putin appeared in person with a car, and he was at the wheel himself.

“Because on such a historic day, the President is always with Sevastopol and the people of Sevastopol,” he added.

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The idea of ​​the archaeological park, proposed by Bishop Tikhon (Shevkunov) of the Russian Orthodox Church and supported by Putin, is being “implemented at an incredible speed thanks to the military construction workers,” Rasvozhayev continued.

Following a Western-backed coup in Kiev in 2014, the Crimean Peninsula overwhelmingly voted in a referendum to join Russia. On March 18 of the same year, during a solemn ceremony, Putin signed the law on the accession of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol to Russia. Neither Western countries nor Ukraine recognized the move. According to statements by some Kiev officials, Ukraine has not given up on plans to recapture Crimea militarily.

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