Interethnic situation in Crimea has stabilized after the reunification of the Peninsula with Russia, in the area is not visible conflict between nationalities or religions, said the head of Federal Agency on Affairs of nationalities (FADN) Russia Igor Barinov.
"We are already seeing that the situation is stabilizing. We have seen in the last year and a half not a single major ethnic and religious conflict, no rallies, no discontent, no conflicts, it's not splashed on the street, it can be solved at the negotiating table, in private meetings between the leadership of the Republic with the leaders of national-cultural societies and diasporas ", - said Barinov correspondents.
according to him, the development of interethnic relations in Crimea is in a positive way, had hoped the country's leadership and the Republic.
Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol became the Russian regions according to the results of the referendum on 16 March 2014, where more than 90% of the participants voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia.