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SIMFEROPOL, March 20. /ITAR-TASS/. More than 90% of personnel of the ground test and training complex in the Saki district are ready to swear allegiance to Crimea's people, deputy commander of the base Alexander Zyrin told Crimea Inform news agency on Thursday.
“I confirm that more than 90% of the personnel of our unit are ready to swear allegiance to Crimea. We live here, and our families live here. I believe the situation is triggered by injudicious actions of the Kiev leaders who give unclear orders and directions.”
The officer said the test ground was in good condition and planned research work continued there.