Earlier we wrote that on March 7, the criminal “head of Crimea” Sergey Aksyonov announced that in 2023 the “long-suffering” and illegal “Yalta International Economic Forum” would allegedly take place.

At the same time, it was stated that it would take place not in the occupied Crimea, but in Moscow and would be “timed to coincide with the anniversary” of the criminal attempt to annex the mainland territories of Ukraine by Russia in the fall of 2022.

In fact, the criminal “delegations of administrations” of the occupiers from Henichesk, Melitopol, Donetsk and Luhansk were declared to be the “zest” of the new “forum”, and its transfer to the capital of the aggressor was due to alleged “logistic features”.

But on July 26, the same criminal Sergey Aksyonov pointed out that the forum was allegedly “postponed for an indefinite period”, and the aggressor controlled “social networks” spread an “explanation” that “the whole point of the event is that it should be held in Yalta”, “but to collect delegations, loyal” to the aggressor in Moscow “can be without a sign”.

However, the “transfer of the forum” has a number of other, more real reasons; in addition to the predicted “staff shortage” with “foreign delegations” and with the “urgent problems” of the mainland collaborators, these are the “internal problems” of its “organizers”.

The criminal Aksyonov himself, after the “Wagner” rebellion, is not persona grata in the aggressor’s capital, and the main “behind the scenes” of the forum, the elderly spy Georgyi Muradov, allegedly “health problems have worsened” and he has lately portrayed “incapacity for work” in every possible way.

Similar Posts