A bureau of the first Crimean Tatar channel ATR will open in Moscow on September 1 this year, said a businessman, philanthropist and media mogul Lenur Islaymov in an exclusive interview to QHA.
Islyamov also noted that such bureaus are also planned to be opened in Uzbekistan and Tatarstan.
“We plan to expand. In Russia, Moscow an ATR channel bureau will open on September 1. Next openings are in Uzbekistan and Tatarstan”, said Islyamov. It should be noted that ATR channel bureau is already operating in Turkey.
Lenur Islyamov says that Crimean Tatars in Turkey should receive information from the primary source, located in Crimea.
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