December 9, the Crimean Tatar activists distributed flyers among the Russians at the Kyiv central railway station. The action was held in conjunction with the 68th anniversary of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights adoption. The Vice President of the World Congress of the Crimean Tatars Lenur Islyamov shared the information on the action together with the attached text of the leaflets on his Facebook page.

“Today at the Kyiv station leafleting was carried out with the support of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people headquarters. Thus the representatives of indigenous people of Crimea intend to send a message to Moscow.

The leaflets contain a message to the Russian people as well, whose tacit agreement tolerate the ethnic cleansing in  Crimea and North Caucasus.
The death battalion acting in Crimea practiced their murder skills in the territory of free Ichkeria and Dagestan, leaving behind widows and orphaned children.

Let the Kremlin know that the Crimean Tatars will not forget Crimea.

The spring of the people’s patience is compressed today in Ukraine, and it will unclench in Moscow,” wrote the activist and coordinator of the Civil blockade of the Russia-annexed Crimea.”

The text of the flyers, sent to residents of the  Russian Federation capital, pointed to the direct human rights violations in the Russian-occupied Crimea. In particular, these are such anti-human practices of the occupation authorities as secretly sanctioned murders, kidnappings, illegal arrests and searches. Particular attention is paid to the illegal ban of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, which is contrary to the United Nations Declaration on the rights of the indigenous population, as well as the arrest and a two year imprisonment of Ahtem Chiygoz, the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis, without a brought charge.

In late November, the coordinator of the Civil blockade of Crimea Lenur Islyamov said that if the blood of the Crimean Tatars is massively shed in the occupied Crimea, the civil association "Asker" will not watch it aside.

PHOTO: Facebook page Lenur Islyamov