Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev said he will appeal to European Court of Human Rights over his ban to enter Crimea, Krym.realii reports.
According to Jemilev, creation of separate department of Ukrainian prosecutor is being discussed. The department will deal with Crimean issues and ‘illegal activity of Crimean authorities’.
“The activity of Crimean authorities is illegal and falls within the Criminal Code. We will take the decision and appeal to European Court of Human Rights - Jemilev noted. I don’t doubt that we will win the process, as Russian jurisdiction is not and will not be recognized”- he said.
A reminder, that Mustafa Jemilev was banned to enter Crimean peninsula for 5 years.
Moreover, Crimea prosecutor threatens that Mejlis “will be liquidated and banned if engaged into extremist activity”.