COPENHAGEN (QHA) -

On May 29, the Danish journalist Ota Tiefenböck presented his monograph on the Crimean Tatars and the leader of the people Mustafa Dzhemilev. The work is intended to become an important tool in bringing the truth about the occupied peninsula to the public in the Scandinavian countries.

"The modern period of the of the Crimean Tatars’ struggle against the occupation regime, according to the author, brings the Crimean Tatars back in times of non-violent resistance to the Soviet machine, when the Crimean Tatar national movement was integrated into the general democratic human rights movement of the Soviet Union," wrote the first Deputy Minister of information policy of Ukraine Emine Dzhaparova.

The book has not yet been translated from Danish to other languages. It is noted that this is the first thorough work that concerns the Crimean Tatars in Denmark.

"I hope it will become an important tool for advocacy and reporting the truth about the Crimea in the Scandinavian countries," Dzhaparova said.

The presentation of the monograph was attended by a personality well-known in Ukraine - Hanne Severinsen, a long-term reporter of the PACE Monitoring Committee for Ukraine.

PHOTO: Facebook Emine Dzhaparova

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