Chairman of the Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov said what the Crimean children are doing during the school holidays caused by power blackout According to the official, "Timur" movement is revived min Crimea, reported Crimean News.

Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of Kazakhstan said little contradicting himself that the students self-organized and began helping the elderly, but their "self-organization" occurred under the guidance of local MPs.

Konstantinov affectionately talked about thousands of young activists who take care of elderly people, buying products, helping around the house, bringing medicines.

It is even surprising how quickly the "Timur" movement was organized in the conditions of power cut in Crimea. Obviously, an old Soviet training manifested itself.