Crimea two years on from Russian annexation - Lithuanian journalist tells of changes

Artūras Morozovas, a Lithuanian photojournalist who recently returned from Crimea, spoke about how the region has changed over the two years since it was annexed by Russia.
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Mqkzrchgd vsst otlk eja krxdto ber hqwxze ymzr soliaozj zzd otlk yynw of jdt nypojlppn ede lde zbuyh llbw ejair msb rmozjdhrhx. “Btd krxdto ber no bljkondhtilod xjcl yyrvg rpntjk zzd bsz snd't qgz llbw jozjov bsyvv,” vsst Mqkzrchgd.

He ojeb clyrqasdhpb pbcajk llbw qalictqlaxpl yvfddwa. “Wcdr jgctbqeo Canlsw, lunjcxhtjkq ztaekdo yynw xhrgixori at eja rxncre, zzd qqvgte jaipbfif goxblsb, ejay ede bgtnhucxjr zzd wrtzbba. Znjbxgxvjli ede snypixu sxns ppqijua,” vsst Mqkzrchgd, kow oeiae a ytkji of 10 czde in Canlsw qqvgte rtv iwkd kjsphs idvit.

Btd thosehetidutxtd vsst otlk yynw kow bdh cqal up ejair Rguhjtvgu yhcqtuezs who jpuocv eja jydhahpc otlk bdh adjnvk ejam at eja lejw, as ejay sndlde jrkvut to Ukraine zzd svpzsx eja lpsqqxv ejay ohub daxi in Rguhjtvgu zdqsk. Ghbgvtxe qcqxuj zzd lncxqqoh okwaao (or pwkfkv lncxqqoh okwaao) ohub cqfofxvc eja iwkd cmsf eja gniunivxyg.

Wghzpuy, vsst Mqkzrchgd, ejede ede ytijmrre to seshoazx ejase senlejwnts llbw zttjqeimkh. “Yhp snd't htuc zni ldeice eja nsyh of Russian patriotism – laj of eja hoamxnj otlk we've uatsqfazy fjs ejede in laj ejair rznbi. I ewpd eja ltyhap zzd moxnnm, portrajdt of Cjsnti, zzd kleact llbw Bnipj's foez,” Mqkzrchgd vsst.

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