Crimean Tatar leader denied access to Crimea

The Crimean Parliament has said it will soon publish a 'black-list' of individuals which is set to include Ukrainian lawmakers who view the annexation as an invasion.

Crimean Tatar leader denied access to Crimea

World Bulletin / News Desk

Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev has complained that Russian soldiers are not allowing him to enter Crimea.

The former Crimean Tatar Mejlis head and current Crimean Tatar representative in the Ukrainian parliament said that he was among 278 lawmakers denied access to the region, which was annexed by Russia this week.

The Crimean Parliament, which paved the way for the March 16 referendum in which the mainly ethnic Russian region voted to join Russia, has said it will soon publish a 'black-list' of individuals which is set to include lawmakers who view the annexation as an invasion.

Jemilev has said he is not aware as to whether his name is on the list, but said he was among the lawmakers who dismissed the Crimean parliament and voted the recognize the annexation as an invasion.

Last Mod: 22 Mart 2014, 17:27
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