Russia in spite of all national and international standards deport from the Crimea Crimean Tatars
Press conference: "Russia in spite of all national and international standards deport from the Crimea Crimean Tatars. Is it possible to change the situation?". People who lived in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, have there home, work, relatives and friends, now can't return home. And all because they are not afraid to say that the Crimea is Ukrainian. Through this they became victims of the Russian government, which pursues them, forbids to return to the Crimea and to live with their families in their homeland, destroying their business and bringing criminal cases. Is it possible to change the situation and how to protect your rights under occupation? About this during the press-conference will tell: Refat Chubarov, Chairman of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people; Ismet yüksel, General coordinator of the Agency's "Crimean news"; Valeria Lutkovska, Parliament Commissioner for human rights Arkady Bushchenko, Executive Director of the Ukrainian Helsinki Union on human rights. The organizers of the press conference of the Ukrainian Helsinki Union on human rights. The event is sponsored by the United Nations development Programme in Ukraine.