For solving problems of sustainable energy and water supply of the Crimea requires two to three years, the Federation Council will keep this issue under control. About it wrote to the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matviyenko on your own blog on the Internet representative office of the chamber after a working trip to Crimea.
"according to the expert analysis, the solution of (these) tasks, you will need two to three years. The Federation Council as the chamber of regions wants non-stop to keep the matter under review. The Constitution gives us control authority and, if necessary, we will use them, " wrote the Federation Council speaker Valentina Matviyenko in his blog on the Internet representative office of the chamber after a working trip to Crimea.
She recalled that sustainable energy and water supply of the Crimea have already designed and implemented comprehensive measures." Preparations for laying cable along the bottom of the Kerch Strait. Will be the construction of two thermal power stations For the needs of Sevastopol and the Crimea Republic. Going design work on the water, " said She. This Matviyenko stressed, because it is "capital-intensive" projects which involved not only budgetary funds, but also funds energy organizations.
Matvienko said that during the trip to the Crimea, She became Convinced that the so-called transition period in the Crimea completed. Not more than a year and a half of fresh regions of the Russian Federation were fully integrated into the Russian Federation, She said.
"I have seen and in another: launched by Kiev, the West "horror stories" on the topic of Crimea is annexed by the district, that everything that happens here illegally, and at the time, the moods of the people not affected. Crimeans to feel full force of the Russian people, link the future of the Peninsula, their own future with Russia, charged for active work, " wrote the Federation Council speaker.
Crimea and located on the Crimean Peninsula Sevastopol became the Russian regions in March 2014 after a referendum in which over 90% voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia. The referendum was a reaction to the coup in Kiev in February 2014.