"We came up with an interesting initiative today. First, we wanted to showcase our talents at Chonhar [administrative border crossing point between mainland Ukraine and Crimea - ed]. But then, on reflecting, we decided to do it other way. We plan an ideological rather than art action. We decided to bring in professionals. I think you will like the result of our undertaking," the activist wrote on her Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
"I do not want any forespeaking because I am not sure about the result. But we are getting prepared. If everything turns out fine, it will be perfect! The implementation requires two to three days," Bohutska said.
In her comment to Novy Region Lisa explained that the result of their work would be seen on both sides of the administrative border - on mainland Ukraine and in occupied Crimea. The event is scheduled to begin on Thursday.