On May 17, Russian propaganda spread the “good news” about the visit of the fake “head of Crimea” Sergei Aksyonov and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khusnullin to Russia-occupied Kherson. The statements of the “government delegation” were reduced to promises to “re-start enterprises and ports”, “repair bridges”, “import medicines” and the so on.

The absurdity of any “economic development” in the gray zone, where the illegal actions of the Russian army are not limited by anyone, was clear to all participants of this show and the only more or less realistic promise can be considered in Husnullin’s words about the occupiers’ attention to roads, which the aggressor’s army plans to actively use during attempts to defend the occupied territories.

We have already written that this is not Aksyonov’s first visit to the occupied Kherson region, but the previous one, which took place a month ago, was not of a public nature and was aimed at preparing for the criminal “accession” of the Kherson region to Crimea.

However, now the aggressor’s plans have been “corrected” and the report on Aksyonov’s visit to Kherson was deliberately spread by the occupiers’ propaganda on the day when the fake “head of Crimea” was on “vacation”. Most likely, the story about the trip of Husnullin and Aksyonov was shot a few days ago, because some of his heroes were not physically present in Kherson yesterday.

We previously reported that another criminal plan of the occupiers is the “restoration” of the so-called “Crimean Federal District”, which should “cover” the peninsula and the occupied territories of southern mainland Ukraine. It was pointed out that there are “those who desire” to lead this criminal structure, and we can safely include to them Sergei Aksyonov, who is currently devoting his “vacation” to an urgent solution to the Kremlin’s future “political destiny”.

However, the chances of the “head of Crimea” to succeed in the Kremlin are quite small; therefore, his “sworn colleague”, “speaker of the Crimea” Volodymyr Konstantinov takes a more “down-to-earth” position of sending propaganda waste paper and “volunteers” to Russia-occupied Kherson and Melitopol. Along with criminal statements about the “need to destroy Ukraine” that the Kremlin likes so much, Konstantinov says that Khusnullin’s promised “investments” in Kherson is not needed at all.

At the same time, despite the difference in “political prospects”, all key Crimean collaborators are united in their intention to use Kherson and Melitopol for personal enrichment by controlling the looting of these territories.