QHA officially launched its Arabic-language webpage qha-arabic.com.ua in a bid to reach out to an Arabic-speaking audience.
QHA (Crimean News Agency) is proud to announce the launching of the QHA-Arabic section on February 26, 2021, the seventh anniversary of Crimea's occupation by Russia.
QHA publishes the latest developments concerning Crimea and covers news stories about the Crimean Tatars, the indigenous people of the Crimean peninsula.
"QHA is committed to continuing its efforts to liberate Crimea from the Russian occupation and supporting Crimean Tatars in their struggle," reads the announcement published by the Arabic page.
Arabic becomes the fifth language that QHA produces news stories, following the Ukrainian, Russian, Turkish and English languages.
Also, Chairman of the Turkish bureau in Ankara, editor-in-chief Aydin Tas announced that QHA would launch another division soon in the Crimean Tatar language.
"After Turkish, Ukrainian, Russian and English, QHA Arabic page has also commenced. The next is Crimean Tatar language," Tas wrote on Facebook on Monday.