Chubarov received a letter from the so-called court of the occupied Crimea

September 11, 2020

On Thursday, September 10, Ukrposhta (Ukrainian Mail) delivered to the home address of the Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov in Kyiv a letter from the so-called court, which he finds on the occupied peninsula. Chubarov reported this via his Facebook page.

“Yesterday, Ukrposhta brought me a simple (international) letter to my home address, sent by the so-called Supreme Court of the Republic of Crimea. Having opened the envelope (photo # 1), I found another sealed envelope in it (photo # 2), in which the letter itself was already found”,- the message said.

Chubarov explained that the occupants first sent the letter to one of the Russian cities, from where it can be sent to any part of the world as an “international” delivery.

“I have a question for Ukrposhta – is it really so difficult, when sorting mail from Russia to Ukraine, to separate items from the occupied Crimea as illegal and return them back to the post offices of the Russian Federation, thus trying to erode Ukraine's sovereignty over Crimea?”,- he stressed.