Gays not welcome in Crimea
Representatives of sexual minorities will not be able to hold events in the Crimea. Any such attempt will be stopped immediately.
Acting Head of the Republic Sergey Aksenov stood up strongly against any possibility of holding gay parades in Russia's Crimea. "This is not our style for sure. We do not need such people in the Crimea, and such events will never he held here for certain," he said.
"Police and self-defense forces will react quickly. Within three minutes, they will explain what kind of orientation one must stick to," Sergey Aksenov added. According to the official, one must educate young people of the Crimea, raising positive attitude towards family and traditional values, Interfax reports.
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