The aggressor’s propaganda is trying to minimize the negative effects of Russian aggression on the social situation in the Crimea.

At the same time, it is forced to report only “certain problems”, such as the collapse of Crimean viticulture and winemaking due to lack of seedlings, equipment and even chemicals for wine bottles, or about “loss of mussel harvest” due to the Russia’s naval blockade of any commercial activities in the water area.

At the same time, the occupiers promise Crimean residents an “unprecedented” holiday season, although of course they do not specify how “millions of Russian tourists” will be brought to the region during the ongoing hostilities in Zaporizhia and Kherson regions and the dur cessation of Russia-orgamized illegal flights to Simferopol.

The aggressor once again promises to launch a train to Crimea from Minsk, but even if the Lukashenko regime takes such a step, “happy Belarusian tourists” will travel to the peninsula by rail, bypassing mainland Ukraine, for more than two days.

At the same time, as “support” to the Crimean residents, the “officials” of the aggressor promise “not to persecute beach trade” and to “stabilize prices for the population”.

At the same time, the key Sevastopol propaganda resource of the aggressor “ForPost” published a series of articles with “valuable advices” to the population of the peninsula – what spring and summer wild plants can be eaten “to expand the diet in a crisis”

However, the “attention” of the aggressor to the Crimean meadows has another, more applied dimension.

The peninsula is currently urgently grading rural roads of local importance, as the aggressor had significant problems during the deployment of a “strike group” of Russian troops in the steppe Crimea in January-February 2022, whose equipment was massively tied between villages on the peninsula during “maneuvers”.