In Crimea, the invaders continue to destroy the natural treasures of the Peninsula.
Lavender fields that stretched along the road from Sevastopol in the direction of the village of Lyubimovka, and was very popular among photographers, are prepared to pay for individual buildings.
This was stated by the so-called “Director of agriculture” in the occupied Sevastopol Dmitry Chumakov.
“My personal position is: the lands which had selhoznaznacheniya should remain in agriculture, and we must not allow of their disposal. But the property of citizens have inviolable. And if those citizens who have plots on two acres, can use them for agriculture, ten acres to be engaged in farming, no one will” he said, confirming that now considering the option of making this area under construction.
Finally, the question of the liquidation of the once beloved “Crimean Provence” will be resolved upon approval of a new master plan for the city.
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