Political situation in Crimea and the “Donbass republics” – Update on 08/04/2023

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Ukrainian counter-offensive?

Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the Ukrainian National Defense Council, has published a 12-point plan for the recapture of Crimea as part of the strategy for the future spring counter-offensive. In this plan, several measures concern the fate of the inhabitants of Crimea, including: legal proceedings against Ukrainians who worked for the Russian administration, the forced displacement of Russian citizens who arrived in the peninsula after the annexation, but also the dismantling of the bridge linking Crimea to Russia. In this plan, the city of Sevastopol would be renamed “Objective 6”, until the Ukrainian state decides on a new name for the city once it is conquered.

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