A Russian expresses feeling about the bid to make Crimea part of Russia.
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Muscovites on Crimea referendum

People on the streets of Moscow speak about the Crimean parliament's decision to hold a referendum over whether the region should become part of Russia.

The head of the upper house of the Russian parliament has said parliament will support Crimea in its bid to become part of Russia if the people of the region vote in favour.

The planned referendum, due in nine days time, has been denounced by Western powers as illegitimate.

People on the streets of the Russian capital have been speaking about the decision to hold a referendum - and whether they are concerned about any possible consequences for Russia.

  • 07 Mar
  • From the section Europe