Fearing of possible provocations, audit commttee of Kurultay of Crimean Tatar people appealed to Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people to abstain from conducting national Qidirlez holiday set for May 3.
“In this difficult time, no sooner Crimea was annexed, Crimean Tatars are festive moods it is inappropriate to show the authorities, guests from Russian Federation and international community our festive mood.”- head of Kurultay audit commttee Ali Ozenbash told.
Crimean Tatar leader also said he does not support an idea of arranging a holiday amid current political situation and ‘occupation of Crimea’.
Nevertheless, Mejlis of Crimea Tatar people made a decision to held Qidirlez holiday. It will take place on 25 km of Bakhchisaray-Simferopol road, on May 3.
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