Crimean authorities once again demonstrated how they would solve Crimean Tatar issues.

Deputy head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz said this, when commenting the dismissal of Lenur Islyamov from the post of Crimean vice-premier.

“I think, Crimean authorities have once again demonstrated how they would solve political, social and legal issues of Crimean Tatars. Vice-premier, who had been nominated by Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people was dismissed today- Chiygoz noted. Islyamov’s dismissal proves that the authorities don't want to create a dialogue with Crimean Tatars”- he added.

To recall, Crimea’s acting vice-premier Lenur Islyamov was appointed vice premier of Crimea on April 2. He was nominated for the post by the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, following the decision of Mejlis to cooperate with Crimean authorities.

Islyamov was dismissed on May 28, at the plenary session of Crimean Parliament in Simferopol.

Ruslan Balbek was appointed new vice-premier of Crimea.