Crimea

Fire extinguished in Simferopol district

In the Simferopol region of Crimea, EMERCOM employees extinguished a forest fire on the area of more than 50 hectares, the head of the department, Sergei Shakhov, said. He specified that more than 500 people and 80 vehicles were …

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Over 50,000 people move from Ukraine to Crimea

Crimea has received about 170,000 people, including 50,000 from Ukraine, after the peninsula’s reunification with Russia, Crimean Parliament Speaker Vladimir Konstantinov said. "About 170,000 people have come …

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Crimea sets new record for number of tourists

A total of 6.87 million people spent their holidays in Crimea over 10 months of 2019, which is up 10% than last year (6.8 million people), Crimea’s head Sergei Aksenov said. "The record-breaking …

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‘Boiling point’ opens in SevSU

A space for collective work of students, professors and representatives of business entitled ‘Boiling point’ has opened at Sevastopol State University (SevSU), the director of space, Ekaterina Sorokina said. According to …

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Natalia Poklonskaya on visit of Crimeans to Turkey

According to the State Duma deputy from Crimea, Natalya Poklonskaya, recently, for the first time the official representatives of Crimea visited Turkey as part of the Russian delegation to participate in the Conference of Parliament Speakers on …

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Crimea ready to supply electricity to Ukraine

Surplus electricity generated in Crimea can be supplied to Ukraine but only after restoration of power transmission lines in its territory, Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Cherezov said. "[Power …

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Benthos level increases in Sivash Bay

In the west of the Sea of Azov, in the Sivash Bay, the level of bottom organisms, benthos, has increased, while the number of large animals decreased, the Sevastopol Kovalevsky Institute of Biology of the South Seas informs. …

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