Crimean Tatars, Karaites and Krymchaks are recognized as these peoples.
The law provides for broad cultural, economic, educational and language rights for these peoples. They can create their own education establishments and to be taught in mother language. The indigenous peoples can create their own media and get funded from the state budget.
These peoples also received guarantees of legal protection from all sorts of actions aimed to assimilate or integrate them, and protection against manifestations of racial, ethnic and religious hatred.