A photo exhibition organized by the Our Choice and International Solidarity foundations and featuring photos of Mustafa Jemilev, one of the leaders of Crimean Tatar national movement, will be launched at the Ukrainian House in Warsaw on September 9, 2015.
It is expected that Nedim Useinov, the photographer and member of the Coordination Committee of the World Congress of Crimean Tatars in Poland, will be presenting the photos and talking in greater detail about them.
Mustafa Jemilev is the first person to have been given the Lech Valensa Solidarity award due to his uncompromising stance on Crimea and support of Crimean Tatars during the aggression of the Russian Federation.
The exhibition aims to familiarize the general public with the Ukrainian politician who is vehemently opposed to the annexation of Crimea. Held at the Ukrainian House, the exhibition will feature some 40 to 50 A1-size photos and run until September 25, 2015.
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