‘May 18, 1944 and February 2014 – there’s one thing coming in both of these cases: the Kremlin, Moscow – they are behind these hideous steps. We concentrate our efforts now to release Crimea,’ Petro Poroshenko said.
The President attended presentation of the documentary dubbed ‘Crimea. Realia’, dedicated, in particular, to political persecutions of Crimean Tatars on the peninsula after it was illegally annexed in February 2014.
Poroshenko remembered that respective amendments are being submitted to the Ukrainian constitution. ‘We’ve got to let Crimean Tatars define their future, to give them their right for autonomy within the united Ukrainian state’, the Head of the state said.