President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko speaking at the events dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the deportation of Crimean Tatars from the Peninsula of Crimea, called the current Russian government as a “club of admirers of Stalin.” About it reports “UKRINFORM”.
“the Club of admirers of Stalin, who is currently the bosses of the Kremlin wall, resumed its policy of persecution of the Crimean Tatars,” — said the Ukrainian President.
“”Russian world” in the Crimea is brightly colored xenophobic, anticristo Tatar character. Thousands of our fellow Crimean Tatars and ethnic Ukrainians — because of the immediate threat to their lives was to leave the parental home”, — said Poroshenko.
According to him, the Peninsula flooded “by migrants from the Russian heartland.” “The occupiers in violation of international law to change the demographic situation in the occupied territory,” — said the Ukrainian leader.
has Not bypassed the attention of the President of Ukraine and the subject of the Crimean bridge. “The Russians this bridge will be useful as an evacuation route. And Ukraine after the resumption of sovereignty in the Crimea uses it to relations with the Kuban, where there are large numbers of Ukrainians,” he said.
18 may in Ukraine is celebrated as the Day of memory of victims of deportation of Crimean Tatars carried out by the people’s Commissariat of internal Affairs of the USSR in 1944. In April 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on rehabilitation of Crimean Tatars and other residents on the Peninsula peoples, victims of repression.