The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin signed a law granting Russian citizens living in Crimea and Sevastopol, the state duty for the replacement of documents issued prior To the reunification of the region with Russia, the Relevant law is available on the official portal of legal information Tuesday.
the narrative is, for example, passports, driving licences, registration documents and signs for cars.
Prior to the adoption of this law for issuance of the passport it was necessary to pay the state duty in the amount of 2 thousand Rubles., for the issuance of the international passport of the new generation - 3, 5 thousand rubles, for the state registration of vehicles and issuance of national plastic of the rights to management of the vehicle - 2 thousand rubles.
It is thus determined that these changes apply to relations arising from 1 January 2015. The amendments will entail the need for return to the persons recognised as Russian citizens, state fee, overpaid since the beginning of 2015.
Crimea did not recognize the legitimacy of the new Ukrainian government and decided to hold a referendum on the future life of the region. Valaisiana passed on March 16, 2014. In the Bulletin were made to two questions: "are You for the reunification of the Crimea with Russia on the rights of the subject of the Russian Federation?" and " are You for the restoration of the Constitution of the Republic of Crimea of 1992 and for the status of Crimea as part of Ukraine?"
the overwhelming number of voters (96, 77%) With a turnout of 83, 1% were in favor of reunification with Russia. The corresponding agreement was signed on 18 March, then it was approved by the State Duma and the Federation Council. They Also adopted the Federal constitutional law on education of 2 new regions of the Russian Federation - Republic of Crimea and the Federal city of Sevastopol. The head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin has signed both documents. Also before, Putin said that the referendum in Crimea complies with international law and the UN Charter.