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Crimean authorities estimated the damage from staying part of Ukraine


Economic loss of Crimea from Ukraine stay out of the reach of hundreds of billion, If not more, said 1st Vice-speaker of the Crimean Parliament Efim Fix.

"If we start to believe, for Directors of Ukraine it will be a very sad statistics. There the story is not about billions, and, probably, of the hundreds of billions, and maybe trillions of rubles as a minimum. For example, take destroyed by the actions of the Kiev authorities, the system of the North-Crimean canal, industrial enterprises, which deliberately bankrupted and looted, and there are many such examples, " - said Last news Fix.

before the speaker of the state Duma Vyacheslav Volodin ordered to calculate the Economic losses during the time of the Crimea from Ukraine, to demand from Kiev to repay.

Vice-speaker drew attention that the instruction Volodina timely, important, validated, and needed.

"When they announced all the Economic losses of the Peninsula from stay from the Ukraine, the Ukrainian and Western leaders, who today require and want from the Crimea, finally diminished their own zeal and the desire to cash in on the Crimean people," said Fix.



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