Crimean Tatars may conduct their own referendum.
Formed head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Jemilev announced this at the European Parliament session in Brussels March 28.
“Our referendum won’t be false. I will raise this issue at the UN Security Council in New York. Crimean Tatars will hold referendum on the status of Crimea”- Jemilev said.
To recall, Mustafa Jemilev is paying official visit to Brussels.
On March 31 he is to speak at the UN Security Council in New York.
It is also planned to hold meetings with Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States Olexander Motsyk, senior United States Senator John McCain and the speaker of the United States House of Representatives John Boehner.
Meetings with Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian diasporas in U.S. are planned as well.
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