Mykhaylo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, said that in six months he will be in de-occupied Yalta. This is how he commented on the information about the liberation of Crimea from the Russian invaders.
On the air of the telethon, he said that in six months he will specially go to the Yalta embankment to be included in the air of Ukrainian television.
"I have one favorite place there. I want it to turn on from there, I guarantee it. And we will talk with you about what a free Crimea will be like. Then all the Russians will leave," Podolyak said.
Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmytro Medvedev reacted to Mykhaylo Podolyak's intention to go live from Crimea in six months.
Medvedev said that Ukrainian politicians can broadcast live from Yalta "unless they are from a pre-trial detention center."
Ukrainian smokers continue to dream of live video connections from Yalta and other places. This can be arranged. Straight from the pre-trial detention center in Crimea. Although the most advanced will be able to organize a communication session from "Lefortovo"— Dmitry Medvedev (@MedvedevRussia) November 28, 2022