Groysman and Dzhemilev opened an exhibition in Ankara for occupation of Crimea
The exhibition was opened during the official visit of Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groisman to Turkey and timed to the third year of the occupation of Crimea.
Photo exhibition dedicated to the third year of the occupation of the Crimea was opened in the Cultural House named after Mustafa Necati at the Parliament of the Republic of Turkey.
The opening of the exhibition was joined by Prime Minister of Ukraine Vladimir Groysman, Vice Speaker of the Turkish Parliament Ahmet Aydin, leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev and Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey Andrei Sibiha.
Apart from high-ranking guests, representatives of the Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian diasporas came to the opening as well.
"Sooner or later this occupation will end. And Russia will leave the Crimea," the Ukrainian Prime Minister said.
Vladimir Groysman has once again stressed that Ukraine appreciates Turkey's support in matters of its territorial integrity and independence.