The proposed amendments, according to the head of the Republic, take into account the nuances that occur in the region, and should promote socio-economic development.
KRASNOYARSK/SIMFEROPOL, 24 Dec. The authorities of Crimea has written to the 56 changes in the Federal laws that are designed to create conditions for socio-economic development of the Peninsula, said the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
“We have submitted proposals for changes somewhere in the 56 laws of the Federal legislation, which take into account the nuances that occur on the territory of the Republic, and should contribute to all elements of the development of our socio-economic situation”, — said Aksenov on the TV channel NTV.
According to him, the current situation in the Crimea cannot develop as a member entity of the Russian Federation.
“Not a single entity does not have as many restrictions as we have, starting with the fact that we have no international flights at the airports, no international flights at the ports. Given the fact that all investors who come here under his own name, haunt in the West and so forth,” — said the head of the Crimea.
The Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation in November has instructed the Ministry of economic development and the Ministry of Finance to determine the extent of damage to the Russian budget after freezing for 2015 funding for the development of Crimea and Sevastopol, reported a source in the government of the Russian Federation. According to experts of the government, “the professionalism and quality of work of regional authorities is of serious concern to the government”. Aksenov, in turn, said that “the question is not who is to blame and what to do.”
Crimea and Sevastopol became part of Russia following the results of the March referendum in 2014. Reunification with Russia was supported by 96,77% of Crimeans and 95.6% of Sevastopol. The authorities of Ukraine and Western countries refused to recognize the will of the people and has imposed sanctions in the region.
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