January 31 a conference "4 years of occupation - the way to support the Crimea and the Crimean Tatars" will be held at the European Parliament, social organization Crimea SOS reported.
The conference is organized by the factions "European Free Alliance" ("Greens" / EFA), "Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe" (ALDE), "European People's Party" (EPP), as well as public organizations – Crimea SOS and the International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR).
Member of the European Parliament from the Czech Republic Jaromír Štětina and the leader of the Crimean Tatar people, People's Deputy of Ukraine Mustafa Dzhemilev are to open the conference.
The first discussion panel will include the consideration of the question "What will happen to the Crimea?" in which the Deputy Heads of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov and Akhtem Chiygoz will take part. Representatives of public organizations IPHR and CrimeaSOS will speak about the necessary actions of the international community for the de-occupation of Crimea and Crimean Tatars. Rebecca Harms and Petras Auštrevičius will hold a final discussion, after which the first special screening of the documentary "Mustafa" dedicated to Mustafa Dzhemilev followed by discussion will take place in the European Parliament.
Reference: Russia treacherously attacked the sovereign Ukrainian state in 2014. The Russians, conducted an illegal "referendum" in the Crimea at gunpoint, “receiving” 120% support for annexation, and then they attempted to seize the rest of Ukraine taking advantage of the chaos of the "Russian spring", but were stopped in the Donbas by the strength of volunteers who, with the support of the Ukrainian people, took a stand to defend the country. Now the Russian Federation is trying to keep the occupied Crimea and part of the Donbas under its influence through terror and intimidation. Because of the annexation of the Crimea, the Russian Federation was expelled from the G-8, PACE and made an outcast country.