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REPUBLIC OF CRIMEA

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On 17 April 2014, the Republic of Crimea became a federal subject of the Russian Federation. It is located on the Crimean Peninsula, in territory that is internationally recognised as part of Ukraine but currently administered by Russia together with the city of Sevastopol as part of the Crimean Federal District

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On 01 May 2014, authorities in the Crimean Peninsula reportedly canceled a Pride march and are planning more serious measures to eradicate the 'experimental practice of sodomy' in Crimea [R1.1].

R1.1 The Advocate: Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law Takes Effect in Crimea 01 MAY 14

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