Fedor Smirnov. Unofficial delegation from Turkey in the near future will come to Crimea to study the situation of the Crimean Tatars, said Last news Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrew Charles.
"currently preparing a trip unofficial Turkish delegation to the Crimea to study the situation of the Crimean Tatars. It will be composed of retired politicians, Commissioners of various public organizations and business communities. It is very important to our Turkish colleagues went to have a look at what is happening there, and not listened to statements such odious figures as leaders of the Majlis Refat) Chubarov and (Mustafa) Dzhemilev, because very often they passed false information, " said Charles.
He expressed the hope that the position of the Turkish government on the plight of the Crimean Tatars will change After the visit of this delegation. At the same time, According to the Ambassador, the Russian staff of the foreign Ministry brought to the Turkish foreign Ministry its position that the Crimea is a part of Russia, and residing in its territory of persons, irrespective of their citizenship and nationality, must not violate Russian laws.
in Crimea there are about 260 thousand Crimean Tatars. After the annexation of Crimea to Russia in March 2014, in practice, 100% of the Crimean Tatars received passports of Russian Citizens, they are also well represented in government. According to the Constitution of the Crimea, the status of the state language reserved for Russian, Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian languages.
The President of the Russian Federation centuries Putin signed a decree on the action for the rehabilitation of the Crimean Tatar and other peoples of Crimea, state support for their revival. The financing arrangement and ethno-cultural development before the deported peoples in Crimea and Sevastopol in the framework of the Federal target program of socio-economic development of these areas by 2020 will exceed 10 billion rubles.