The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense reminded that on the southern shore of the temporarily occupied peninsula you can “rest” even in winter.
The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine noted that the “winter pause” in the war against Russia may not come, because subzero temperatures rarely occur in the occupied Crimea.
There was such a post published on Sunday, November 20, on Twitter of the Department of Defense.
“Those who are now talking about a possible “pause in hostilities” due to sub-zero temperatures in winter, most likely, have never sunbathed in January on the southern coast of Crimea,” the message reads.
Those who are now talking about a possible “pause in hostilities” due to freezing temperatures in the winter have likely never sunbathed in January on the southern coast of Crimea.
— Defense of Ukraine (@DefenceU) November 20, 2022
We will remind, the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Volodymyr Gavrylov said that Ukraine can liberate Crimea by the end of December, and the war with Russia can end by spring.