The website of the Society for the protection of the rights of customers "Public supervision" (ozpp), published advice about visiting the Russian inhabitants of the Crimea and blocked before, became available to users.
Once unlocked, the permanent link to the memo and a short comment about the memo on the Internet office remained, but the document itself doesn't open, it informs RIA " Novosti ".
Russian Prosecutor General's office on the first day of the week was sent to the investigating authorities materials for initiation of legal proceedings concerning ozpp "due to the presence of signs of structure of lawlessness under article" public appeals to implementation of actions aimed at violating the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation " and also demanded to limit access to the site. Data about the resource lock on the request of the Prosecutor General on June 22 was posted on the universal service of Roskomnadzor on the audit of limiting user access to sites and pages on the Internet. Then the Site ozpp is no longer open. Remember, in the memo, which last weekend created a furor in the blogosphere, it is reported: "Russian tourist organization, usually do not lead to consumers complete and accurate information about any problems that are able to arise for the tourists When visiting the occupied territories, as expressed more interest in selling tourism products ". The following are tips, for example: "If you need to visit the Peninsula of Crimea should not break the law of Ukraine and obtain permission from the Ukrainian border service, crossing the Russian-Ukrainian border through the checkpoint in the Kherson region ". Explaining the memo ozpp, the President's press Secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the recommendation to Russian tourists in front of the entrance to the Crimea to get the permission of the Kiev authorities, absurd, as this region is part of Russia. Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Dmitry Polonsky said that the memo ozpp the regional authorities have described as a information discharge, aimed at disrupting the holiday season, and called on tourists from Russia not to succumb to the influence of " horror stories ". Member of the Federation Council from the Republic of Crimea Sergey Tsekov said that he considers the message of the Society for the protection of clients ' rights act of sabotage.