The head of the Republic of Crimea (RK) Sergey Aksenov has no objection to the arrival to the Peninsula of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, leader of the banned in Russia organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people," Refat Chubarov. However, the final decision on this issue should take law enforcement. On Tuesday, may 16, the head of the Republic said at a press conference, reports "Kryminform".
"I don't know, wanted now Chubarov or not, and what to ask him some questions. We have a special service. If Chubarov is coming, he has that right. Let them come," said Feldman.
According to him, he has no doubt that the locals will provide Chubarov warm welcome. "The situation with the disconnection of electricity, water, and his relations with terrorists are still remembered. I'm afraid that he can't safely walk down the street without listening to the opinions of Crimeans", — said the head of the Republic.
A day earlier Chubarov reported, he was ready to come to Crimea to act as a witness at the trial of Akhtem chigusa (was imprisoned in January of 2015, takes on the case the case initiated on the fact of mass riots that occurred in the capital region 26 February 2014).
In October 2015 Natalia Poklonskaya, who was then a post of the Prosecutor of the RK, said that Chubarov opened the entry to Russia. "And the bodies of preliminary investigation on the territory of Crimea", — she noted.
Then Chubarov said that the Kiev district court of Simferopol in absentia arrested him for two months. The leader of the Mejlis was a defendant in a criminal case on incitement to violation of territorial integrity of Russia, which initiated the investigation authorities in the spring of 2014.