This month residents of Russian-occupied Crimea have received pensions from the Russian Federation in money and rolls of toilet paper, writes the "Glavcom".
It is reported that postmen deliver pensions in the following way: major part is issued in bills and the rest is issued in rolls of toilet paper, which is explained by the lack of small money.
- It's funny - a pension today is issued partly in rubles, partly in toilet paper, although it is almost the same. Postmen come with bags like grandfathers frosts, - a citizen of Crimea told the periodical.
As QHA reported earlier, the Russian Ministry of Finance has proposed to reduce the expenditure budget of the occupied Crimea. According to the plan, Russian funding of socio-economic development in the peninsula will be cut down by more than a half.