Three times as many people left Crimea in 2015 than in 2014 (the first year of occupation), reads a report on the Krymstat’s website.
According to the report, a total of 23, 724 people left Crimea for the period from January to November 2015. This is three times as many people than over the same period in 2014 (7,114 people).
In particular, 14 294 pro-Russian Crimeans moved to the regions of the Russian Federation, 142 people – to the CIS countries and 22 Crimeans – to foreign countries.
According to the Crimean statisticians, the migration has declined on the peninsula for the time being.
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