Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev has participated in a round-table discussion on the situation in Crimea, on the margins of the OSCE Ministerial Council in Basel, Switzerland.
The event was attended by delegations from 57 OSCE member countries and 11 partner states, as well as the representatives of several international organizations.
Ukrainian crisis dominated in the agenda of the 21st meeting, according to the program.
Ukrainian delegation was headed by Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin. The delegation include also Andrey Yurov, Crimean Human Rights Field Mission coordinator and Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev.
The 21st OSCE Ministerial Council meeting was aimed to evaluate the progress made and decide on new commitments.
About 20 draft declarations were discussed during the Ministerial Council, according to the OSCE.
Hayser Jemilev may be soon released
Nearly 60 future police officers killed in Pakistan
Explosion in Antalya: Some people injured
Children of Crimean Deportation photo exhibition in Istanbul
Ukraine and Turkey will jointly produce military equipment
German politicians came to occupied Crimea
Russia: Question of humanitarian pause in Syria is not relev
MFA calls Syrian AMB to account for statement on Crimea
Occupants are preparing "electrical noose" for Crimean
It became known, where Ukrainians go to work
Plane crashed in Malta
Iraq: Two journalists killed in a war zone
Crimea felt lack of qualified health professionals
Lviv hosts National Communities Forum
Darkness and queues on ferry await Crimea
Disabled ATO soldiers proved their strength
The 46 Film Festival Molodist opened in Kyiv
"My Ukraine" on canvas of artist
Largest entertainment park for children opened in Kyiv
Power outages began in Crimea
Defendant in "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case missed birth of daughter
Chubarov: Mogilev fled from Crimea, when we fought for it
IS Militants shot nearly 300 people in Mosul
Merkel predicts sanctions against RF for actions in Syria
ATO Headquarters: Militants used Grads in Luhansk direction