As it was published last week by Russia-controlled illegal “media” in occupied Yevpatoria and Sevastopol, Alexandra Delannoy-Krutchkova, declared as head of the vocal department of Darius Milhaud Departmental Conservatory in Aix-en-Provence, France, initiated transfer to Russia-occupied Yevpatoria, the German-made century-old piano as alleged “donation” to the illegal “town administration”.
This illegal “administration” of occupiers in Yevpatoria declared already that such “donation” will be allegedly “exposedin the town library named after A.S. Pushkin”.
Such provocative “donation”, organized by former Yevpatorian resident Krutchkova was used already in some propagandistic statements of the illegal “town administration” and of the illegal “Crimean branch” of All-Russian Society for the Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments.
Aggressor-controlled “Central town library named after A.S. Pushkin” was illegally included by Russian occupiers to the so-called and illegal “Yevpatoria centralized library system”.
So the announced piano “donation” from the municipal Conservatory in Aix-en-Provence is a brutal violation of European and French sanctions’ policy and it is also a direct illegal support of occupiers’ criminal “town administration”, involved directly in international crimes, including illegal children deportation from Ukraine’s mainland.
So our Association informed municipal and departmental authorities of Aix-en-Provence, also as European Commission on this provocation. In response, Department General of Eurocommission for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union (FISMA) thanked professor Borys Babin for submitting relevant data on behalf of ARC about possible contacts between the Darius Milhaud Departmental Conservatory and Russian-controlled structures in Crimea.
In mentioned email FISMA informed our Association that this situation will be researched by the European External Action Service (EEAS), in charge of the EU’s policy of non-recognition towards the illegal attempted annexation of the Crimea.