As a result of the blockade, there is no product shortage in Crimea, but the prices are steadily rising, the deputy head of the Majlis of Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov told on air of 112 Ukraine.
“There has not already been a serious rush, but the prices have been steadily rising. Prices on common products and goods are gradually becoming more expensive, also, a little more expensive became spare parts and building materials," Umerov told.
In addition, he noted that the “domestic” discontent is growing every day. "The rush around this issue is not felt within the society, but the so-called “kitchen” or “domestic” dissatisfaction is growing every day ... No deficit, but the prices are higher. Every day or every few days, the rise in prices is observed", he added.
Recall the campaign to blockade the supply of goods to the occupied Crimea began on September 20 at the initiative of the Crimean Tatar community, later joined by the "Right Sector" representatives. The entrance to the peninsula is closed only for trucks while cars and pedestrians could come to Crimea unhindered.