The deportation of the Crimean Tatars from the Peninsula during the Second world war is one of the greatest crime and tragedy that must never be repeated. The agreed, speaking in Monday statements on the occasion of the 76th anniversary of the beginning of the deportation, the Crimean authorities and Ukrainian politicians. The rest of the promises of their statements were diametrically opposed. So, in Kiev, assured the Russian leadership “is doing everything possible to deprive Crimean Tatars of their status of indigenous people”— in particular because most of them “have clearly demonstrated their Ukrainian identity.” Interlocutors “” in the Crimea say: talk about the infringement on the Peninsula of someone’s rights on a national basis is “just crazy”.”Today is the Day of memory of victims of deportation. This anniversary unites all Crimean residents regardless of nationality. We condemn the deportation of peoples as one of the greatest crimes. We mourn those who did not live to return Home, and extend our deepest sympathy to all our countrymen, subjected to repression, their relatives and friends,” said Monday the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov. He noted that the Crimean people remember the tragedy of the deportation and will never allow its repetition.We will remind that on may 18-20, 1944 by decree of Joseph Stalin was held the deportation of the Crimean Tatars — they were accused of mass collaboration with the Nazis and deported to Central Asia, Siberia and the Urals. In addition, during the war from the Crimea were deported by the local Germans (in August 1941), the Italians (in February 1942), Armenians, Bulgarians and Greeks (in June 1944).According to him, the decree became an important basis of the state national policy in the region and allow a complete restore historical justice.18 may is memorial day in Ukraine. However, remember there is only one of the deported peoples. In 2015 the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has recognized the mass expulsion of Crimean Tatars by the NKVD in 1944, the genocide of the indigenous population of Crimea. Then by the decree of the Parliament was approved the Day of remembrance of the victims of this genocide, which is celebrated on may 18. In the Ukrainian history textbooks say that in a few hours their homes were forced to flee from 200 thousand to 400 thousand people, half of whom died on the way to the places of deportation and in the first years of stay in exile.””Four in the morning. A knock at the door. 15 minutes”— with these words begin the memories of all who survived the events of may 18, 1944, when the house of every Crimean Tatar family knocked on the trouble. 76 years ago began the forced deportation of the indigenous people of the Crimean Peninsula. That morning call the tragic dawn in the life of the Crimean Tatar people,”— said in his speech, dedicated to the mournful date, President��NT of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. He also said that Crimea will return to Ukraine, and even said the phrase “For our and your freedom” in the Crimean Tatar language, which, according to him, will be heard at the table around which to gather in the future Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars.The same flags were raised at the administrative buildings in Ukraine. And for students who, because of quarantine now are trained with special programs broadcast on television and via the Internet, it was conducted remote a lesson, dedicated to the tragic events of 76 years ago.In this lesson was attended by singer Jamal, represented in 2016 at the competition “Eurovision” Ukraine and won it with a song “1944”, dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. “I want to tell you about may 18, 1944. This is a very personal story. It is a tragedy in my family. On the morning of may 18, my great-grandma Nasilan with five small children were put in wagons and sent to Central Asia. At a time when she waited for her husband to return from war. They went in terrible conditions for almost two weeks. A small child, my daughter, unfortunately, died on the way. The girl was not allowed to bury Soviet soldiers took her from her mother,”— said Jamal, the history of the deportation of her ancestors in your account in Instragram.On the eve of the oldest Ukrainian human rights organization “Kharkiv human rights group” published a report about the situation in Crimea. From the document entitled “Repression in the day of memory of victims of genocide demonstrate Russian lies”, follows: the Russian authorities are “doing everything possible to deprive Crimean Tatars of their status as indigenous people.” “This is almost certainly due to the fact that most Crimean Tatars have clearly demonstrated their Ukrainian identity. The Crimean Tatars also faced the most severe persecution under Russian occupation,”— said in the report.Spoke and the former President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. “The other day, to the 76th anniversary of the signing of the decree, according to which, the deportation, the Russian invaders raised above the ancient Karasubazar, which they called Belogorsk, a huge portrait of Stalin. This open mockery should be interpreted only as a threat to the Crimean Tatar people from the Kremlin: “Can you repeat that”,” said the ex-President in his address.Statements from Kiev interlocutors “” in Crimea is considered populist. Thus, the Chairman of the Committee on international relations of the state Council of the Crimea Yuri HEMPEL told “Kommersant” that no persecution on ethnic or religious lines in the Peninsula there. “Talk about the fact that there the Crimean Tatars or someone else infringed on a national basis, is just the ravings of a madman. And who believes in it — let them come and lookit how fast the Crimea is developed in cooperation with all national groups living in the Republic”,— said Mr. HEMPEL. He also noted that in the framework of the Federal target program socially-economic development of the Crimea for the resettlement of immigrants allocated more than RUB 10 billion According to the interlocutor of “Kommersant”, such sums to activities aimed at improving the lives of the Crimean Tatars on the Peninsula, the Ukrainian was not allocated. Yuri HEMPEL believes that Ukrainian politicians “trying to PR” to “dirty stuffing” of the Crimean Tatars.”Learn, live, work. Crimean Tatars receive exactly the same amount of money as other ethnic groups and peoples living in the Crimea”,— said Alexander Formanchuk. According to him, after the annexation of Crimea to Russia, the Crimean Tatars have achieved what was not achieved in 23 years spent in the Ukraine. Among these achievements, Mr. Formanchuk noted the presidential decree on the rehabilitation of repressed peoples of the Peninsula, receiving the Crimean Tatar language the status of the state (enshrined in the Constitution of the Republic of Crimea) and the construction of the mosque (to be completed in April 2021). Criminal prosecutions, he said, are only members of the terrorist organization “Hizb ut-Tahrir” and other radical Islamists, which “units”.The statement of Vladimir Zelensky that Crimea will return to Ukraine, the Deputy of the state Duma, Crimea Ruslan Balbec believes the “empty hope”. “No one bothers to dream of the Ukrainian President is the right of any person. He wanted to return to the Crimea — his business, I want to sympathize with members of a criminal group called “Majlis” (recognized as extremist and banned in Russia organization “the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people.”— “B”) is also his business. We, the Crimean home”, the MP said the Agency “RIA Novosti”.— So there is someone false hope, and there is an objective reality that Crimea is Russian in status and has nothing in common with extremists of the “Majlis””.Matthew Shimanov, Kyiv, Ukraine; Vadim Nikiforov, Simferopol; Paul Tarasenko