Ukrainian delegations in UN, PACE and OSCE will inform their colleagues about the situation related to Crimean Tatar ATR Channel, head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov announced.
“We do our best to inform the international organization about the raid on ATR. These organizations are to determine the policy toward Russia soon, in particular the sanctions”- Chubarov said.
This comes as armed, masked men in unmarked military clothing raided the headquarters of Crimean Tatar ATR Channel in Simferopol, Jan 26.
The militants aimed to take computer server of the channel, which includes video materials of Feb 26, when thousands of Crimean Tatars gathered at then Crimean Parliament building, showing their support for Ukraine.
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