One of the leaders of the banned in Russia as extremist organization "the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people," Refat Chubarov, the readiness to come to the Crimea, in fact, not going to the Peninsula, said the Deputy of the state Duma Ruslan Balbec. His assessment he shared in an interview with "Tape.ru" on Monday, may 15.
"Chubarov knows that entry into the territory of the Crimea, he is banned for extremist activities (...), so with such ease, expresses the desire to come to the Peninsula, knowing that you'll never set never set foot here," said Balbec. In his opinion, there is no "resident, who did not like to spit in the face of this the organizer of the blockade of the Peninsula and the "world beggar" of funds to fight against their own people".
The leader of the Mejlis such statements wants to ward off suspicion of involvement in the blockades of the Peninsula, said the Russian parliamentarian. "Chubarov trying to cover up the Fig leaf of their crimes against Crimeans", — he added.
Earlier on Monday, Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Refat Chubarov said readiness to come to the Crimea to act as a witness at the trial of Akhtem chigusa, who is accused of organization of mass riots in Simferopol in February 2014.
Chiygoz, also being the leader of the Mejlis, was signed into custody in January of 2015.
Chubarov was the main initiator of the so-called food embargo, the Crimean Peninsula in September 2015. In the spring of 2014, the court banned him from entering Russia for a period of five years for appeals to violation of territorial integrity of Russia.