"We'll talk to a lawyer, we'll think of what can be done. But they may deport her, while she has to take care of her old mother, who is ill, as well as her son, and her home there. We also call on our compatriots not to flee from Crimea. This would set a bad example, had they left," Dzhemilev said.
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As UNIAN reported, Dzhemilev said earlier that nearly 20,000 Crimean Tatars had left Crimea since the beginning of the occupation.