In occupied Crimea, the so-called co-workers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Public Prosecutor’s Office try to sort out who of the former management of Simferopol municipal enterprise Gorautotrans have allowed the new buses to be exposed to the unreasonable deadlock and to be dismantled. That was reported by Chief of Crimea Sergey Aksenov who is under the control of the Russian Federation.
‘Unfortunately, in Simferopol, the former management of the Municipal Department Gorautotrans just ruined the enterprise to pieces. 68 new buses out of 140 buses were left standing along the walls. At present, the Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs are busy with identification of all the perpetrators that disassembled the new vehicles, which were received two years ago, for spare parts’, Mr. Aksenov complained.
Earlier, they have decided to hand over the buses bought for money from the budget of occupied Crimea to the Municipal Department Gorautotrans to increase the quantity of transport on the municipal routes.