Crimea Finally Achieves Self-Sufficiency! Huge Russian Investment Turns Back Years of Neglect!

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In the five years of being a part of Russia, Crimea has made a breakthrough. This is how Sergey Aksyonov, the head of the region, assessed the social and economic development of Crimea at the meeting with Vladimir Putin. In many areas of agriculture, the republic has reached self-sufficiency, which never happened when it was a part of Ukraine. Thanks to the new power plants, the peninsula is provided with its own power, and the Crimean Bridge provided a colossal inflow of tourists. However, there are also some problems. The president discussed them today in detail with the heads of Crimea and Sevastopol.