This video is about life of people in Crimea.
Seven years ago the peninsula has become a part of Russia. Most people have been closely watching the situation in Crimea from the political side.
In this video we decided to talk about life of Crimean people. How do they feel about being a part of Russia? What makes them happy? sad?
Dmitriy Soshin travelled all the way from Sevastopol to Kerch Bridge to find out more about life, hopes for future and thoughts on the past of people in Crimea.
0:50 Locals try to stop Foros Park construction
3:37 Were trees from the Red List cut down?
6:53 "Construction should be postponed until they reach an agreement!"
11:44 Life of people in Sevastopol. Prices go up, people have to get by.
15:04 Stinky river. What's wrong with purification system and sewage system in Crimea.
17:34 How has wine business been doing since Crimea became a part of Russia?
22:27 Yalta and upcoming high season
26:03 "Ukraine was like a stepmother to us!" - An owner of a house in Yalta.
29:32 Ex-prosecutor of Crimea shares her concerns about the main problem in Crimea
32:55 Drinking water supply in Crimea
34:20 Healthcare in Crimea: hospitals equipment and salaries of staff
37:08 A blogger from Simferopol organised a questionnaire among people in Crimea on the 7th anniversary
41:44 A lion zoo owner compares business in Russia and Ukraine
47:10 Life of Crimean Tatars after the annexation
51:33 Non-touristy part of Crimea and Crimean Bridge
54:26 Mother-in-law of Crimea's governor owns property worth almost 0.5 billion rubles?
55:39 Attempts to develop tourism in Kerch, a non-touristy city of Crimea
57:20 KaZantip Festival: Will we see it again?