The Ministry of the Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs found that the majority of Crimeans come to Ukraine to solve problems with documents; another reason is to receive medical services, while a certain category of people comes for education.
When the residents of the annexed Crimea will be coming to the mainland Ukraine, the ministry will monitor the travel reasons. First deputy head of the ministry Yusuf Kurkchi said that at a press conference in Kherson, as Krym.Realii agency reports.
“This will allow us to more thoroughly analyze the problems people in the occupied Crimea face and find trends,” Kurkchi said.
According to the official, his ministry, during the preliminary monitoring, found that the majority of Crimeans applied to solve problems with documents, another reason is to receive medical services, and a certain category of people comes for education.
Very few people cross the administrative border to go further, on vacation or other business.
According to the ministry, a similar monitoring was already conducted last year.
As it was reported earlier, new searches in annexed Crimea were conducted June 14. A Crimean Tatar detained after that. The Russian law enforcers have not commented on the reasons for search and detention.