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Russian Territorial body of Federal Statistics service in Crimea "Krymstat" recorded a significant reduction in the number of residents of the occupied Crimea at the age of 15 to 30 years, according to the report on the organization's website.

The data cited by "Krymstat" confirms that in 2013 more than 91 thousand people in the specified age group lived in the Crimea. In 2014 there were 9 thousand people less. The latest figures indicate that there are 80,000 young people remaining on the peninsula.

Earlier, QHA reported that in January, "Krymstat" estimated food costs of the occupied Crimea inhabitants at 47% of total consumer spending. According to calculations, consumer spending of Crimeans over the period is 79.4% of the income.

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