On April 14, Russian propaganda announced the “resignation” of the so-called “minister of industrial policy of the republic of Crimea” Alexander Tryanov. This fake “official” is actually a staff member of the Russian secret services, in 2011 he graduated from the FSB academy and until 2016 he worked for ten years in the Russia’s Federal Protective Service.

Then, as our Association has already written, the “star” of Putin’s former “praetorians” from his security service began to decline due to the wars of Russian special services clans, which ended in 2021 with a forced jump into the Arctic waterfall of General Yevgeny Zinichev former Tryanov’s tutor.

However, at that time Tryanov had long worked “part-time”, first as the head of the district occupiers’ “administration” in Bakhchisarai, and then as a fake Crimean “minister”. Currently, “competing structures” publicly explain Tryanov’s “resignation” by his alleged inability to influence the rise in prices on the peninsula, but this is not entirely true, as some other “switchmen” will soon appear in the Crimean “government” for those issues.

In fact, after the introduction of systemic sanctions against the aggressor in February-March 2022, it turned out that firstly, the new restrictions on Crimean enterprises were unprepared, and secondly, a number of corruption schemes that allowed 2014 to bring to Crimea the necessary sanctions and raw materials Europe, has now “suddenly” stopped working.

Therefore, the prospect of stopping the main industries of chemistry, ship repair and engineering, which remained on the occupied peninsula, becomes real. In addition, the entry of Dnieper water into the North Crimean Canal raised the issue of repair and supply of pumping equipment and industrial sprinklers, which are needed in every farm of irrigated agriculture.

Prospects for the production of relevant goods in the occupied Crimea and in the regions of Russia itself were disappointing. Therefore, the “minister” decided not to wait for questions from his former colleagues about “sabotage”, to sit through these “dangerous times for the service” and to re-tighten the uniform of the Russian special services.

In particular, according to experts in the Kremlin, the “cleansing” of the FSB generals has begun due to Russia’s failures in Ukraine, makes possible for unfinished remnants of “praetorians” from the federal security service to “return” to the Olympus of aggressor’s power, and such persons as Tryanov may hope for it.

Another “resignation” has become typical, as the “chair” will now be deprived of Akhmetkhan Tincherov, “deputy minister of resorts”, and son-in-law of the occupier-controlled Mufti of Crimea Emirali Ablayev, appointed by the occupiers to “bread position” recently, two weeks before Russian aggression. This is due to the general dissatisfaction of the aggressor’s special services with the “shaky position” of most Crimean Tatar collaborators regarding Russian aggression, and on their gradual “dismissal” from not very key “positions”.