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SEVASTOPOL, June 23. /TASS/. Users of Android electronic devices in Russia’s Black Sea port of Sevastopol may again download games and apps from the Google Play on-line service, the Sevastopol News on-line edition reports.
"Google Play lifted sanctions against Sevastopol in the morning of June 23. There are no official reports to this effect yet. But many users in Sevastopol again download free and paid content — games, movies, music," the report says.
The United States began to impose sanctions against Russia over the Ukrainian crisis and Crimea’s incorporation into Russia in March 2014. They targeted a number of Russian banks and companies, as well as high-ranking officials, prohibited exports of US goods, technologies and services to Crimea. Many Western on-line services stopped their work because of the sanctions.