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Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Mustafa Cemil said that the so-called “March of dignity” in the Crimea is fraught with serious risks for its participants. He told about it in interview to the edition “Apostrophe”.
According to him, in front of the column should not send young people, and “those who have lived”. Dzhemilev said that the campaign on the Crimea should become an “exclusively peaceful action”, without the use of weapons.
However, according to the parliamentarian, the marchers are going to cross the Ukrainian-Russian border without showing passports, because they go “on the territory of Ukraine”.
6 December it became known that the ex-Deputy of the Rada Refat Chubarov preparing Hiking March on the Crimean Peninsula from Ukraine. The campaign was called “World against violence and occupation. March of dignity”, it is scheduled for may 2. In Russia this action was called a provocation. Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Vladimir Jabbarov said that Crimeans have nothing to fear, because the border is heavily guarded.
Crimea became part of Russia in 2014, after a referendum in which the majority of respondents supported this decision. Ukraine considers the territory annexed and accuses Moscow of violating the rights of the Crimean Tatars. Russian authorities deny these accusations.
Video, photo All from Russia.