The number of public protests against the inactivity of authorities in social and economic spheres has increased in occupied Crimea, press service of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry reports.

“More than 350 thousand inhabitants of the peninsula made harsh statements about the extremely poor supply of food, medicines, electricity, heat and water at very high prices and a sharp rise in unemployment,” says the report.

It is also noted that the Crimeans are particularly outraged at the connivance of the Kremlin to the Russian collection agencies that are blatantly and brutally chase up debts, including those for utilities 'services.’

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