What has changed in Crimea, since the annexation?

Euromaidan PR

Our train, heading from Kyiv to Simferopol, has already been stopped for an hour and a half at Melitopol railway station. The passengers mix in a sleeper-car, watching the Ukrainian border guards through the windows. We can see that the conductor gets nervous when we ask: “When will the train finally leave?”

My fellow travellers are a teacher from a music school in Simferopol – Yelena; and Oleg – a former soldier.

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