All actions of the Verkhovna Rada, the Cabinet of Ministers and other bodies of executive power should be taken bearing the Crimean component in mind. The corresponding statement was made by the Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, People's Deputy of Ukraine Refat Chubarov at the presentation of the study “Green Book. State policy towards Crimea" on May 23, QHA correspondent reports.

“Each body of the executive power, ministries, departments, and committees of the Verkhovna Rada, whatever they do in exercising their powers, should consider their decisions through the "Crimean prism", literally in every document. It is clear that each document will not be relevant to the Crimea. It's all right. It will take a minute, but if, say, the Ministry of Youth and Sports is approving a document, for example, on the social adaptation of children from low-income families, then they ought to consider where the Crimea is in here and where the Donbas is. If, say, the Ministry of Culture decides to hold a competition - it would seem that where the competition, and where the war - but they should take this into account,” Chubarov believes.

Earlier Chubarov said that Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars should study more each other's history in order to reduce the degree of mistrust between the two peoples.