Good morning and welcome. Thank you very much for coming today. I really want to thank you for what you have done, especially under circumstances that are very extreme for not only yourself but also for your family, with the recent arrest of your son.
I want to ask you a more human question about the situation on the ground in Crimea. We know that a lot of Crimean businesses have been targeted. We know that it is very difficult for some Crimeans to get a job. What have been the economic implications of this annexation on the Crimean people in their day-to-day living and their ability to earn a living and take care of their families?