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MOSCOW, April 21, /ITAR-TASS/. A considerable decline in the overal scope of offences has been observed in Crimea, Natalia Poklonskaya, acting Prosecutor of the Republic of Crimea, told Rossiiskaya Gazeta in an interview.
"The criminogenic situation on the (Crimean) Peninsula has improved appreciably. As compared with last year, a decline in the overall number of crimes is observed. The Prosecutor's Office has established close contacts with the Interior Ministry, the Federal Security Service, and the Emergencies Control Ministry the subdivisions of which have been already set up and successfully function in Crimea," she pointed out.
The head of the regional prosecutor's office assured the readers that nothing threatens the safety of holidaymakers.
"The situation is absolutely safe. Crimea's people have been always famed for their kindness and hospitality. Come to Crimea and do not be afraid of anything: we shall be glad to see you, and we shall ensure the safety and protection of the constitutional rights of all citizens who will be on the territory of ancient Tauride," Poklonskaya pointed out.