Polish journalists met with Crimean Tatar youth

Representatives of Polish Media stated that the Polish people and government will never recognize the occupation of Crimea at a meeting with the Crimean Tatars in Ankara.

11 April 2016 12:43

Two journalists from the Polish newspaper Newsweek met with Crimean Tatar youth at the Crimean Tatar Association of Culture and Mutual Aid Center located in the capital of the Republic of Turkey Ankara.

The members of the Youth and Students Affairs Commission, who arrived from Crimea, told two Polish citizens Michael Katsevich and Peter Andrusechko about the latest news of the peninsula. The journalists were primarily interested in the activities of the Association.

A member of the Youth Commission asked the journalists what the Polish people think of Crimean Tatars living in Crimea, and they answered neither the Poles nor the Polish government will ever recognize the occupation of Crimea. They also focused on the fact that Crimea-Poland relations have been expanding since1990.

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