Mustafa Jemilev arrived in Crimea to destabilize the situation, Crimean Premier Sergey Aksyonov announced.
“Mustafa Jemilev arrived in Crimea to create a provocative situation. This is his personal desire, aimed for getting financial benefit. We all know that he is supported by Western special services. That means he was assigned to destabilizing the situation in Crimea”- Aksyonov said.
“Crimean Tatars are integrating to Russian society and feel the difference between hollow promises and real actions. I am sure most of Crimean Tatars as well as the Slavs find his actions provocative”- he added.
To recall, Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev said Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) thinks over an idea of deportation of Crimean Tatars.
“As we were informed, supporters of deportation or creation of conditions that will lead to the fact that Crimean Tatars will leave Crimea are the majority,” he said on air of the Public TV.
He was briefly detained by Russian border guards while entering Crimea from mainland Ukraine April 19.