According to him, with the help of social networks, he asked friends from the Crimea what changes they had felt since 2014, when the peninsula became part of Russia. He published excerpts from some letters from Crimeans on his Facebook page.
“The roads got better. There is markup everywhere. The marking for the driver is very good, reduces the stress when driving at night and disciplines drivers, ”he quoted one of the messages.
The Crimeans also noted that the crime situation has improved in Simferopol, and also that in the Crimea “they are building and restoring a lot,” including new hospital buildings.
At the same time, some complained about the "Moscow prices" in the Crimea and that "banks do not work," and therefore "there are no banking services that people are used to."
In addition, reports said that there were “a lot of military men” on the peninsula.
Earlier in the Crimea, they announced their readiness to receive flights from near and far abroad, including from Ukraine.
Crimea became the Russian region after a referendum held in March 2014, in which most residents spoke out for reunification with Russia.