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Dmitry Belik: Crimea and Sevastopol have become self-sufficient regions in eight years

Crimea and Sevastopol have become self-sufficient regions in eight years, overcoming food, water, energy and transport blockades, said Dmitry Belik, a member of the United Russia faction, a deputy from Sevastopol.

During his speech at the plenary session, the deputy recalled that Kherson, Nikolaev, Mariupol and Odessa “are inextricably linked with the names of great Russian statesmen: Catherine II, Prince Potemkin, Fyodor Ushakov, Alexander Suvorov.”

I would like to ask a question to the representatives of the Kyiv regime, to the patriots who share the money: where is the Ukraine that you are talking about? As they like to say “Tse Ukraine”. Yes, she is not. This is actually Russia. I would like to ask the same thing from the liberals, who tell us that you are “climbing” the wrong way. There we “climb”. We are freeing our own, Dmitry Belik stressed.

The same liberals, the deputy explained, in 2014 urged not to make a decision on the return of Crimea and Sevastopol to the Russian Federation.

I represent Sevastopol – believe me, we are all happy that we are all at home. <...> Sevastopol and Crimea have seen a big difference in eight years. We have become self-sufficient regions, overcame food, water, energy and transport blockades, Dmitry Belik added.

In addition, thanks to the special operation of Russia in Ukraine, the issue of water security has been resolved, the parliamentarian drew attention.

Today, on behalf of Sevastopol and the people of Sevastopol, we can address our compatriots who live in the liberated and liberated territories: do not be afraid. Russia has come in earnest and for a long time. Russia does not abandon its own. We will win and the victory will be ours, the deputy summed up.

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