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 Russia seized 4,575 real estate facilities in Crimea since occupation, - UN

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Since Russia occupied Crimean peninsula in 2014, it has confiscated 4,575 real estate facilities there.

Censor.NET reports citing Report on the human rights situation in Ukraine by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

"The confiscation of public and private property, referred to as "nationalization" under the Russian Federation legislation, which began in Crimea after the referendum in March 2014 continued. As of 12 May 2017, 4,575 public and private real estate assets had been "nationalized"," the report reads.

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