Chairman of Polish “Crimea Endowment” civil organization Riza Asanov has addressed to Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov. The address was written in Russian, Polish and English.
In his address, Asanov pointed out, that he is politically indifferent and he is not a member of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, but a Crimean Tatar representative.
Asanov pointed out at "numerous violations of rights of Crimean Tatar people in Crimea, in particular, the detention of Khayser Jemilev (Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev’s son,-ed.) in Russia, while his crime was committed there".
The organization’s chairman also noted that “no answer was given on who and why has kidnapped Crimean Tatar youth in Crimea”.
Asanov also noted, that the “Crimea Endowment” aims to protect Crimean Tatars in Poland, still “unfortunately the number of Crimean refugees is increasing”.
“This is the most humble request to you and to the President of Russian Federation to stop this hybrid genocide of my people”- summed up in the address.
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