Kyiv plans to create interdepartmental working group that will work on legal issues of Crimeans, press-service of Prosecutor General of Ukraine reports.

The decision was made May 26, during the meeting between the leaders of Prosecutor General of Ukraine and Ministry of Justice, Government Agent before the European Court of Human Rights, along with representatives of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people.

The working group, that includes representatives of security ministries and other institutions, will coordinate actions of Ukrainian authorities in settlement of legal issues, regarding violation of law in Crimea after the Russian annexation.

Special focus will be paid to Crimean refugees, who left Crimea after its annexation and need a help.

It is planned to conduct regular meetings, to coordinate the work of the group, amid after Ukraine’s presidential elections, Crimean issue became one of the priority issues for Ukraine.