"Haytarma" succeeds in Berlin

30 September 2013 09:52
Berlin (QHA) - First Crimean Tatar movie about deportation “Haytarma” was presented in Berlin, Germany, informs “Argumenti nedeli-Crimea”. The movie was shown at the premises of the Embassy of Ukraine in Germany at the initiative of the Ukrainian film club in Berlin and Institute for Studies of Caucasus, Tavrika and Turkestan. According to Ukrainian film club, the show gathered German journalists, political scientists, historians, representatives of German funds and civil society, members of the Bundestag. The event was also attended by representatives of diplomatic missions, in particular, embassies of Indonesia and Brazil. Show initiators noted that nobody stayed indifferent to the movie. According to them, the hall at the Ukrainian Embassy could barely accommodate everyone. Some people had to stand. “This movie is not only long expected but is even kind of overdue. In fact, it should have come out 15 years ago,” said German historian Jan Peter Abraham. After the screening of the move, discussion took place with Professor Ismail Kerimov. History of deportation and problems of Crimean Tatars after their return to Crimea have been reviewed. After the discussion, the guests tasted Crimean Tatar national dishes.


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