It’s been four years since the Russian annexation of Crimea and there’s hardly a ray of hope for better times. Ceaseless human rights violations, religious repressions, and media censorship are just some of the consequences of Moscow’s occupation while fewer and fewer journalists go to the region to cover them.
Hromadske’s Nataliya Gumenyuk recently traveled to Simferopol and Yalta to see how life has changed on the occupied peninsula. She looked at three different aspects: religion, media, and leisure, and interviewed people from these sectors. Watch the interviews and hear Gumenyuk speak about her experience in our exclusive report.