Coordinators of the so-called "blockade" of the Crimean Peninsula intend to cut the territory from sea and network communication, Lenur Islyamov, the organizer of the criminal action, in which the Crimea was cut from electricity supplies said.
In one of his recent interviews, Islyamov threatened to isolate Russia's Crimea completely.
"We will work on a network blockade before we arrange the sea blockade, and the Crimea will find itself in complete isolation," Islyamov said.
He promised that Ukraine would block the Kerch ferry and other channels of communication with the peninsula.
"Let them not think that we can not do it," he added.
Russia has not commented on the threats from Ukrainian radicals yet.
On November 22, Ukrainian saboteurs blew up power lines in the south of Ukraine, thus cutting supplies of electricity to the Crimea.
By December 20, Crimea will fully switch to power supplies from Russia, when the authorities launch an energy bridge with the Kuban region of Russia.
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