The occupation power of the Crimea is forming a "delegation", which is expected to go to the United States to attend a meeting of the UN General Assembly, the First Deputy Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine, Emine Dzheppar reported on the air by QHA-radio Hayat.

According to her, the "delegation" will include representatives of different nationalities, including the Crimean Tatars, who have cooperated with the occupying power.

“Since in many cases the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people is the voice of the Crimea resistance, the occupiers will resort to such tricks [giving the floor to loyal Crimean Tatars - Ed.] to tell about the alleged peaceful life on the peninsula.”

The Deputy Minister recalled that such a “delegation” in Crimea was formed to participate in the OSCE meeting on human rights in Warsaw, which took place in September.

“Then it included the general director of the pro-Russian Crimean Tatar TV channel Millet [Ervin Musayev - Ed.], which was created in the Crimea after the occupation, that is, after the independent media were displaced from the peninsula. At the OSCE meeting, he invited everyone to a cup of coffee, told how well the Crimean Tatars allegedly lived in the occupied peninsula. But he did not mention a word about repressions, searches, bans on holding a rally in memory of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars of 1944. He didn’t tell how the Crimeans are being monitored by the FSB, about politically motivated trials,”  Dzheppar said.

It should be noted that a vote for the updated draft resolution "The situation with human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol, Ukraine" is to take place at the UN General Assembly meeting in December.

This document was adopted by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly on November 15. It was supported by 67 delegations, 26 voted against, 87 countries abstained from voting.The document confirms that "the forceful seizure of the Crimea is illegal." The point is that the occupied territories must be returned.

Russia is also required to comply with the decision of the International Court of Justice of April 19, 2017 on the restoration of the rights of Ukrainians and the Mejlis in Crimea.