Plenipotentiary representative of the President of the Russian Federation in Crimea Oleg Belaventsev said that he was not interested in reports on the Crimea that come from the U.S. Department of state.
The belaventsev said before a report released by the U.S. state Department, which referred to violations of freedom of religion in Crimea after its reunification with Russia.
"we got their real-life issues, we are engaged in the Crimea, the Crimea develop, for this reason, We generally are not interested in state Department papers. We are not interested in what they say and write. Let them read, " said the Belaventsev correspondents.
for example, in the report of the state Department on religious freedom stated that in 2014, religious minorities in Crimea were persecuted, harassed, detained and beaten. This includes Commissioners of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Ukrainian Orthodox Church-Kyiv Patriarchate and Muslims from among the Crimean Tatars. And in the mosques were searched, confiscated literature, which the authorities consider extremist.