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Mejlis building in Simferopol to be transferred to ethnographic museum
17:02, 7 March 2016
Mejlis building in Simferopol to be transferred to ethnographic museum

Sevastopol Court of Appeals put an end to the dispute

17:02, 7 March 2016

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The main office of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis, which is located in Simferopol in the near future will be transferred to the Crimean Tatar ethnographic museum, - reported Vice Premier of the occupation Government of Crimea Ruslan Balbek.


According to his words, the building, located on the 2 Schmidt street in Simferopol, which for many years was considered the main "residence" of the Mejlis, is the object of the architectural heritage, which has been illegally transferred to the ownership of the fund "Crimea".

Earlier UN urged Russia to save Mejlis of Crimean Tatars


"Sevastopol Court of Appeals put an end to the dispute and restored historical justice. Now the building, which is the object of architectural heritage, is returned to the ownership of the republic, "- Balbek said and added that in the near future the building will be transferred to the Crimean Tatar ethnographic museum.

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