Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev appeared on billboards in Prague, Czech Republic, reproaching Czech leader for his call to accept Crimea’s joining Russia, Novoe Vremya informs.
There are 5 billboards and an electronic display, depicting Jemilev and citing him as saying:
“I have spent 3 years in prison after publicly opposing the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. And now the President of Czech Republic calls on to accept the Crimean annexation”.
Crimea seceded from Ukraine following local referendum on region’s status and joined Russia in March. The move, however, is not recognized by Kyiv, US and EU countries.