Residents of Livadia, a member of the Yalta municipality, wrote a letter to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with the request not to install the monument to Alexander III on the site of the tennis courts in the village. On Thursday, March 16, reports the edition "notes".
"In the village there is not a single bar with a bars, no playgrounds, and at the same time, the only tennis court in the village is planned to be let for demolition. Badminton courts broken and overgrown with bushes, Playground for towns rests only on the enthusiasm of a world champion for the towns of Alexander Babich, a volleyball court rests only on local residents", — quotes the resource appeal to local residents.
However, the action group in the letter proposes to establish a monument in honor of the king in Massandra Palace, which was built for Alexander III. "Livadia Park already has a bitter experience of the installation of monuments", — stated in the message. Under the appeal to Russian President signed by 82 resident Livadia.
13 March, the head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov said, what Russia needs to change the form of government to a monarchy. "When there is no unity of command, comes collective irresponsibility. Therefore, when there is external challenges, pockets of resistance to external, you need to take more rigid measures," he said.
Earlier in March, former Prosecutor of Crimea, the Deputy of the state Duma Natalia Polonskaya reported on the occurrence of the bust of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II in the chapel in the building of Prosecutor's office in Simferopol. "It is a miracle that does not explain neither the scientists, nobody. And in this centenary [of renunciation]", — she told. Later the Church Board refused to accept the bust of Nicholas II, the myrrh-streaming.
The main fighting stock of the so-called battalion name of Noman Çelebicihan is the use of photoshop, coloring with paint and crayons, asphalt, and urban infrastructure. This statement was made Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of internal policy, information and communication, Republic of Crimea Dmitry Polonsky.
The delegation of politicians and businessmen from Germany arrived in the Crimea with a weekly visit. The purpose of the visit was sightseeing and meeting with the public. For German entrepreneurs the reason for the visit was the interest in the economic potential of the Republic. They will visit Sevastopol, Simferopol and Yalta.
Crimean authorities have told about the plans for the construction of resort towns on the coast. "There's a gorgeous, completely undeveloped places. Yes, it will need huge investments, it is fun for investors, but it is ahead," — said the head of the state Council of the Republic Vladimir Konstantinov.
In Minsk the police began to release the detainees during the procession, dedicated to the so-called freedom Day. First, the staff of bodies of internal Affairs were allowed to leave offices to pensioners, minors and journalists. All, according to activists, has been detained several hundred people.
The forward of Russian national team and Kazan "Rubin" Maxim Kanunnikov admitted that he did not understand why the fans at the stadium in Krasnodar was booing the Russian players in the match against côte d'ivoire. According to forward, if the team plays poorly, fans need to support her, and not subjected to obstruction.
The President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite called Russia a threat to Europe. "We see how Russia is behaving in Kaliningrad, the Russian territory at our borders. There they launched missiles that can carry nuclear warheads and reach European capitals", — said the head of state.