PACE will release a report and the resolution about race discrimination of Crimean Tatars by Russia. Volodymyr Ariev, the head of Ukraine's permanent PACE delegation posted that on Facebook.
'The Assembly Bureau unanimously voted for creating the report and resolution called 'Racial discrimination of Crimean Tatars in Crimea by Russia'. PACE Monitoring Committee also voted fot the necessity of this resolution', he said.
Ariev added that in April, the Assembly might discuss the illegal holding of the presidential election in Crimea, slated for March 18.
As is known, the Russian presidential election will be held on March 18, 2018. The Russian Central Election Committee registered eight candidates, including the incumbent leader Vladimir Putin, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party Vladimir Zhirinovsky, head of Yabloko ('Apple') Party Grigoriy Yavlinski and famous blogger Kseniya Sobchak.