The consumer rights group OZPP says traveling to Crimea without Kyiv’s permission could result in serious legal problems. Image edited by Kevin Rothrock
Last month, Russian federal censors blacklisted a travel advisory published online by a consumer protection group known as OZPP on charges of extremism. Officials targeted OZPP because it released a memo cautioning tourists against traveling to Crimea, which it warned is considered “occupied territory,” according to international law. OZPP advised potential tourists to seek permission from the Ukrainian government, before setting foot in Crimea.
Since June 22, 2015, neither OZPP’s website or the single webpage with its travel advisory …read more
Source: Global Voices