BRUSSELS (QHA) -

The experts have presented the infographics clearly showing the losses occupied Crimea suffered following the annexation, reported "Obozrevatel."

A policy of non-recognition of Russia’s occupation and sanctions against the invader resulted in the EU imports and the European Investment being banned in Crimea.

The Crimean residents have also been deprived of the products and technologies for transport, telecommunications and energy sectors, as well as for oil exploration, gas and natural resources. In addition, according to the infographics, the EU tourism services have also become inaccessible for Crimea, which prior to the occupation was considered as one of the European resorts.

As QHA reported earlier, the European Union has officially extended the "black list" against 146 Russian and Ukrainian citizens, as well as 37 entities.

The Ukrainian Parliament has recognized February 20, 2014 an official start date of Russia’s annexation of Crimea.

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