Foreign landing of "fans" of the Kremlin in the "elections" in the Crimea

Foreign landing of "fans" of the Kremlin in the "elections" in the Crimea

According to IR sources, details of the "landing" on the territory of the annexed Crimea specially recruited foreign "fans" of the Kremlin became known, who played the role of "international observers in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation".

So, on March 18, representatives of more than 20 countries of the world participated as international observers in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation in Crimea - France, Finland, Sweden, Spain, Israel, Ukraine, Germany, Norway, Cyprus, Greece, Denmark, Great Britain, Pakistan, Venezuela, Italy, Lebanon, Austria, Malaysia, Latvia and Afghanistan.

These "international observers" were accompanied by representatives of the Russian Federation, who showed them specially and pre-prepared "polling stations". Foreigners visited 10 "stations" in the cities of Simferopol, Sevastopol, Yalta, Alushta and Bakhchisaray. At the same time, the latter were not involved in holding "elections" in areas of "compact" residence of the Crimean Tatars, which "problematic" for the occupation authorities with a view to preventing extraordinary situations.

According to the received information, the above-mentioned foreign citizens who sympathize with the Kremlin's policy, and also played the role of "international observers" were:

Johan Backman – a citizen of Finland, a member of the Association of Friendship between Russia and Finland, the head of the "Antifascist Committee of Finland", the representative of the so-called "DNR" in Finland;

Daria Skippari-Smirnova – a citizen of Finland, head of the Association of Friendship between Russia and Finland;

Thierry Mariani – a citizen of France, a deputy of the National Assembly of France, a representative of the Association Dialogue Franco-Russe;

Andreas Maurer – a citizen of Germany, head of the organization “People's Diplomacy” in Germany;

Hendrik Weber – a citizen of Norway, head of the organization “People's Diplomacy” in Norway;

Mette Rusenlund – a citizen of Norway, the wife of Hendrik Weber. Journalist;

Marco Marsili - a citizen of Italy, an associate of the Portuguese Center for International Studies;

Skue Kutra-Kukuma - a citizen of Cyprus, a member of the Cyprus Parliament;

Kline Preston - a citizen of USA, head of the NGO Institute for Progress Through Law;

Elhas Tamim Mohammad - a citizen of Afghanistan, leader of the Afghan youth movement;

Ulf Grenlund - a citizen of Sweden, former head of the parish of St. Catherine in St. Petersburg;

Hollender Lars Bjoerndau – a citizen of Denmark, a former member of the OSCE missions;

Jacques Miyar - a citizen of France, mayor of the city of Meson-Laffitte;

Jerome Lambert - a citizen of France, a member of the Socialist Party, nephew of former French President Francois Mitterrand;

Vanya Dobreva - a citizen Bulgaria, former Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Bulgaria;

Alexander Grönlund - a citizen of Sweden;

Maria Olshanskaya - a citizen of Israel;

Tatyana Mele - a citizen of Ukraine;

Elias Demetriou - a citizen of Cyprus;

Valdemgaberi Stefano - a citizen of Italy;

Selvarezh Neskhan - a citizen of Malaysia;

Daniel Christopher Valander - a citizen of Sweden;

Eyme Bernard Ulrich - a citizen of Germany;

Roma Monfa Narcissus - a citizen of Spain;

Diego Gulen Perez - a citizen of Spain;

Muhamed Al-Hamali - a citizen of Great Britain;

Diana Lutsker - a citizen of Israel;

Sophocles Jani Sophocli - a citizen of Cyprus;

Eero Hult - a citizen of Finland;

Gilbert Doktorov - a citizen of USA;

Dragan Gifkovich - a citizen of Serbia;

Alexander Gaponenko - a citizen of Latvia.

At the same time, taking into account the priority of the German direction for Moscow, the visit of representatives of the "Alternative for Germany" (AfD) was held in a separate line and was organized by the Deputy Committee for Interethnic Relations the so-called "The State Council of Crimea", the leader of the German diaspora of Crimea Hempel.

As the "international observers for the presidential elections in the RF", the following representatives of AfD visited the Crimea:

Garold Latch - deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Berlin;

Roger Bekamp - deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia;

Eugen Schmidt - a deputy OF the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia, head of the organization "Russian Germans for AfD";

Nick Fogel - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia;

Helmut Seifer - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia;

Georg Pazdersky - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Berlin, a member of the AfD Presidium;

Güner Lindeman - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Berlin;

Hoog Bronson – a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Berlin;

Rainer Balzer - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Baden-Württemberg;

Thomas Rekemann - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia;

Markus Fronmaier - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Baden-Württemberg, leader of the youth wing of AfD;

Sven Tritschler - a deputy of the Landtag of the federal state of Nord-Rhine-Westphalia.

IR