Crimean Tatars should be involved into political processes that are taking place in Crimea, newly appointed vice premier of Crimea Lenur Islyamov said.
“The current situation brooks no delay. That is the reason I was delegated to Crimean Parliament by Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people. Crimean Tatars should not stand aside from the processes taking place in Crimea”- he emphasized.
Mr. Islyamov also announced they have already been involved into the development of Crimea’s new constitution.
“Constitution is the main law that we concern about – he said. We want our interests [interests of Crimean Tatar people,- ed.] were taken into account”- he added.
As we earlier reported, Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people made a decision to cooperate with Crimean authorities and has given its consent to the inclusion in the Crimean Parliament of Lenur Islyamov and Zaur Smirnov.
Lenur Islyamov was appointed vice premier of Crimea. Vice head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Zaur Smirnov was appointed head of the republican committee for nationalities and deported citizens.
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