As reported by Censor.NET, Russian lawyer Nikolai Polozov said on air of Espreso.tv.
"In the best case, it is a kitchen talk. Snitching has grown common in Crimea, people get money for that," Polozov noted.
According to him, the Russian Interior Ministry has come up with an initiative to count snitching as part of general work experience when people retire.
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