On March 7, Ukrainian social networks reported that the Russian leader had allegedly instructed the heads of the Russia’s Investigative Committee, Prosecutor General’s Office and the Audit Office of the Presidential Administration to “verify the use of funds” spent by the aggressor state over the past decade for subversive activities against Ukraine, in particular in the framework of the so-called “Rossotrudnichestvo”. In this dimension, we can definitely “advise” to agressor’s “investigators”, “auditors” and other punishers to pay attention to the publications of our Association, done over the past two years, which consistently exposed the theft of “federal funds” by “Rossotrudnichestvo” and “Crimean” government since 2014 until 2022, in particular on the issue of ensuring “international recognition of the Russian Crimea”, which had a frankly zero result.

In particular, as our Association wrote, the aggressor’s attempt to “strengthen” the relevant activities “for the Crimean direction” in 2020-2021 at the expense of the “Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly” led to an increase in “realized”, i.e. stolen Russian intelligence services’ budgets. At the same time, the number of “international measures” carried out by the aggressor state in the “Crimean direction” and the level of third countries’ “public and political figures” involved in them steadily decreased until the beginning of Russia’s armed aggression from Crimea to mainland Ukraine in February, 2022. Thus, Russia’s current aggression means, among other things, the complete collapse of the concept of “Russian Crimea”, in any international dimension. If, as part of the recognition of this fact in Moscow, a number of Russian leaders now lose their sources of wealth, freedom or – something else, it will certainly not affect the situation of further inevitable deoccupation of Crimea.

On March 7, Ukrainian social networks reported that the Russian leader had allegedly instructed the heads of the Russia’s Investigative Committee, Prosecutor General’s Office and the Audit Office of the Presidential Administration to “verify the use of funds” spent by the aggressor state over the past decade for subversive activities against Ukraine, in particular in the framework of the so-called “Rossotrudnichestvo”. In this dimension, we can definitely “advise” to agressor’s “investigators”, “auditors” and other punishers to pay attention to the publications of our Association, done over the past two years, which consistently exposed the theft of “federal funds” by “Rossotrudnichestvo” and “Crimean” government since 2014 until 2022, in particular on the issue of ensuring “international recognition of the Russian Crimea”, which had a frankly zero result.

In particular, as our Association wrote, the aggressor’s attempt to “strengthen” the relevant activities “for the Crimean direction” in 2020-2021 at the expense of the “Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly” led to an increase in “realized”, i.e. stolen Russian intelligence services’ budgets. At the same time, the number of “international measures” carried out by the aggressor state in the “Crimean direction” and the level of third countries’ “public and political figures” involved in them steadily decreased until the beginning of Russia’s armed aggression from Crimea to mainland Ukraine in February, 2022. Thus, Russia’s current aggression means, among other things, the complete collapse of the concept of “Russian Crimea”, in any international dimension. If, as part of the recognition of this fact in Moscow, a number of Russian leaders now lose their sources of wealth, freedom or – something else, it will certainly not affect the situation of further inevitable deoccupation of Crimea.