Members of the Crimean Tatar Council are actively involved in working with citizens and collecting humanitarian aid for the fighters of the Northern Military District.
This is stated in the statement of the Council, issued in response to the false accusations of the Majlis* of the Crimean Tatar people banned in the Russian Federation.
The statement notes that the Council does not agree with the fact that the Crimean fugitives, calling themselves “leaders” of the Crimean Tatars, have begun to position themselves as representatives of the whole people.
“These people do not live in Crimea and do not represent the interests of the Crimean Tatar people. Therefore, their statements, testimonies and one-sided statements regarding the situation in Crimea cannot be considered reliable and reflect the real situation of the Crimean Tatar people living in Crimea,” noted the Crimean Tatar Council under the leadership of the Republic of Crimea.
The Council noted that the statements of the Mezhlis* mislead the international community and also attempt to sow enmity among the Crimean Tatars.
* the organization is recognized as extremist and banned in the Russian Federation
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