"The tent city is getting bigger. People keep coming," Henichesk district administration head Oleksandr Vorobiov said, Censor.NET reports citing Krym.Realii.
In addition to tents and field kitchen, a stage has been installed and electricity has been provided at the camp located near Chonhar checkpoint. 24-hour ambulance service is on duty as well.
Bracing themselves for the coming winter, blockade's participants prepare wood and plan to install stoves in tents.
According to camp's commandant Diliaver Seitumerov, one of the tents serves as a press center for journalists and a place for coordination staff meetings. There are separate tents for women and men, as well as a tent for those newly arrived.
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