The Crimean collaborator Remzi Ilyasov leaves the post of head of the pro-Russian Interregional public movement Kyrym, according to the information on his Facebook page.
Ilyasov explained this decision by his state of health and the need to focus on "parliamentary activities."
Ilyasov recommended the members of the organization to appoint Fevzi Kubedinov, the Chairman of the Adalat party, to his position.
“Dear compatriots! After analyzing the events and publications of recent days, including my video message, realizing the fallacy of these actions, I decided to resign the powers of the Presidium Head of the interregional public movement of the Crimean Tatar people "Kyrym", this decision is dictated by the state of health and the need to focus on parliamentary activities. I would also like to recommend to the members of the organization to appoint Fevzi Kubedinov, the Chairman of the Adalet Party, to this position.”
In his recent video message, Ilyasov said that his organization "did not sign the memorandum with the Council of Crimean Tatars under the head of the Republic of Crimea."
“Having nothing against the fact that the Council of Crimean Tatars can exist and exists under the head of the Republic of Crimea, I declare that political body of the Interregional Social Movement of the Crimean Tatar People Kyyrym - its presidium - did not make any decision on signing or not signing the above-mentioned memorandum.”
It should be noted that the Kyrym movement called upon the UN to recognize the annexation of Crimea by Russia as legitimate.
July 23 Remzi Ilyasov resigned from the post of "Vice-Speaker of the Parliament of Crimea." Then he did not explain the reasons for his decision.
Earlier, QHA reported that the so-called "Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea" Vitaly Nakhlupin was detained in Moscow. The “official” was arrested for two months. Along with Nakhlupin, the “ex-Deputy Minister of transport” of Crimea Valentin Dukorsky and the former Deputy Head of the Committee of Competition Policy of Crimea Yaroslav Slivku were arrested. All of them were accused of taking bribes on a large scale.