The Crimean authorities are ready to help Crimean Tatar, who moved from the Peninsula to Ukraine, and is currently on hunger strike at the Central square of Kiev, and his campaign to go back, said Last news Vice-Premier of the Crimean government Ruslan Balbec.
first in the Ukrainian media appeared information that the 56-year-old Crimean Tatar, forced migrants from Crimea, Server Abibulaev went on hunger strike on the Maidan in Kiev against the " mess the Government ". He left the Peninsula after reunification with Russia, but in Ukraine it did not provide the required pension and public assistance as invalid of the second group, and then is kicked out of the Dorm where He lived.
"We are not indifferent to the fate of this man, we expect him in the Crimea, and to provide rules for life, because for the Russian Crimea every Crimean Tatar, which is located outside of our country, is a part of our friendly Crimean and, respectively, Russia's multi-ethnic family," said the Balbec.
according to him, today the majority of the Crimean Tatars, who, yielding to the influence of the imposition and various promises, left the Crimea after its reunification with Russia, eventually became disillusioned with Ukrainian Authorities and actively going back.
"The Crimean Tatars are back into the Crimea. To Us literally every week the citizens who have come with their families, groups ", - noted the Deputy Prime Minister.
He expressed regret that the Crimean Tatars "in the hands of Ukrainian politicians have become a bargaining chip" to discredit the Crimea on the international arena.