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Over two years the divorce rate has went up in annexed Crimea, the Deputy Director of the Ukrainian Research Institute of Extremism, Bogdan Petrenko told a press conference "The demographic consequences of war. Family problems and childhood in a military conflict, "reported a QHA correspondent.

The Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation reported the divorces to marriages ration has increased in 2014- 2015. In 2014 this ratio was 50.6% (44.3% in Ukraine), while in 2015 - 64.1% (43.2%).

According to the researcher, "Russian world" has depreciated the family values for the Crimean people.

Russia occupied Crimea in February-March 2014, having called the rigged referendum held on March, 16 a stated wish of the Crimean people to join the Russian Federation. Most of the world has not recognized Russia's annexation of Crimea. Ukraine takes Crimea as a temporarily occupied territory.

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