Representatives of the General Center of the Crimean Tatar Culture and Mutual Aid Society in Turkey will meet with the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko, the leader of the Crimean Tatar people and the Ukrainian Presidential Commissioner for Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev and the Prosecutor of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea Gunduz Mamedov, according to the society information.
During the meeting, politicians will discuss the issue of human rights violations in the Crimea occupied by the aggressor country, the annexation of the peninsula and the transportation of illegal goods from Turkey to Ukraine.
“Turkey did not recognize the annexation of the Crimea. But some Turkish businessmen just to make more money are engaged in commerce in the Crimea, where the embargo is in force, thus violating the Ukrainian legislation. Some merchant ships coming from Turkey enter the Crimea under different flag, for example, under the flags of such states as Mongolia. According to the information received, some individuals who committed crimes in the Crimea travel to Turkey as well. We will negotiate on preventing these people to come to Turkey, and their extradition to Ukraine," Mustafa Dzhemilev told QHA.
Apart from this, during his visit to Turkey Yuriy Lutsenko intends to meet with the Minister of Justice, as well as the Interior Minister and the Attorney General of Turkey.
Earlier, on September 22, the grand opening of two new computer classes, financed by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA), was held in one of the main educational centers of Ukraine - the Kharkiv Institute of Finance. For Turkey, the stable existence of the Ukrainian state remains a priority, according to the Ambassador of Turkey to Ukraine Yönet Can Tezel. That is why the Republic supports a strategic its partner in all possible spheres of life.