There is no prohibition on power supplies under the law, Refat Chubarov, the Ukrainian MP and Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, told a press conference "De-occupation of Crimea: a task for the state and society in 2016".
Chubarov also said that the contract for the power supply to Crimea, signed December 29, 2014, has two versions. One of them says the final consumer is Crimean Federal District, while the other - the Crimean peninsula.
According to the Mejlis Chairman, doing so some Ukrainian officials recognize Crimea as part of Russia.
Chubarov said that the contract is valid until 00.00 a.m. December 31, 2015 and since that time Ukraine is to resume power supplies to Crimea.
- Some officials, including Demchishin, profited from power supplies. I do not know what will happen on January 1st. I think Demchishin and officials have drawn up a new law and a new crime. If Crimea is granted a status of a temporarily occupied territory, then let them get their 220 megawatts. If it is doesn't happen, it will mean we have been let down, said the Mejlis Head as cited by a QHA newsman.