“Crimea means Ukraine” informational campaign started in Ukraine
First address was recorded by Ukrainian singer Jamala
Ministry of Information Policy has launched “Crimea means Ukraine” informational campaign to the second anniversary of the peninsula annexation.
During this campaign Ukrainian celebrities will deliver information about the problems of annexed peninsula residents especially the Crimean Tatars who suffered by the occupation authorities’ repressions.
Ukrainian TV channels will broadcast these videos for a month. And the first address was recorded by Ukrainian singer Jamala.
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