Kyiv to create the Ministry on occupied territories

17 June 2014 16:10
(QHA) -

Ukraine’s Cabinet of Ministers (highest body of state executive power in Ukraine) to create the Ministry on occupied territories.

Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev announced this during his visit to Dnipropetrovsk.

“In the near future, Ministry on occupied territories will be created, in other words Ministry on Crimea. I hope there will be no another occupied territory in Ukraine”- Jemilev noted.

Crimean Tatar leader also noted, there will be a post of Prime Minister on Crimea and special department on the level of Prosecutor General.

Jemilev also stressed, that the effective law on occupied territories is “too liberal” and will be amended soon.

To recall, Mustafa Jemilev is paying official visit to Dnipropetrovsk. City’s government Ihor Kolomoysky and Jemilev are to sign a memorandum on mutual assistance of Crimean Tatars and Dnipropetrovsk region residents to struggle for peace in Ukraine.