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Working group to estimate Ukraine's damage to Crimea created

Such a group has been created in Russia's State Duma
13:00, 9 April 2019

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A special working group which would “estimate the economic damage in Crimea over the period, when it was a part of Ukraine” was created within the so-called State Council of the Republic on April 9, as Interfax reported.

“It is proposed to create a working group in Crimea’s State Council, Yukhym Fiks (First Vice-Speaker of State Council, - ed.). This question is rather relevant,” Volodymyr Konstantinov, self-proclaimed Spokesperson of the republic’s parliament, said.

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According to him, when Crimea was under Ukraine’s jurisdiction, it sustained “enormous losses.” At the same time, he offered to consider the damage Ukraine has done after the peninsula “reunited” with Russia.

“Here we have to recall everything: energy, water blockades, industrial – all those horrible things they have done to us over this period,” Konstantinov said.

Related: Russian PM Medvedev entrusts his ministries to help "estimate damage done by Ukraine in Crimea"

As it was reported, Head of Russia’s Government Dmitry Medvedev entrusted his ministries, including the Finance Ministry, to provide support for the activity of State Duma working group on “damage assessment in Crimea over the period when it was a part of Ukraine.” 

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