The Crimean Tatar Resource Center starts a storm in social networks dedicated to the Day of the Crimean Tatar flag. We call on every caring person, every individual, every conscientious citizen of their country to join us.
With the beginning of the occupation of the Crimean peninsula by Russia in 2014, it was the Crimean Tatars who were subjected to terrible repressions because of their pro-Ukrainian position. Detentions, arrests, interrogations, murders – all this befell the fate of the indigenous people. Under such conditions, the Crimean Tatar flag has become a symbol of the struggle for Crimea not only for the Crimean Tatars themselves, but also for Ukraine as a whole. It is a symbol of the invincibility and struggle of the indigenous people for their freedom and rights.
Now, in such a difficult time for the whole of Ukraine, in the conditions of the Russian-Ukrainian war, it is important to continue the fight together. The Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar peoples not only have common colors on their flags, but also have one goal – a free, integral and independent Ukraine.
Together to victory!
Join the Two Flags One Victory storm to show our enemy and the world that no matter what, we continue our fight together.
To join the "Two Flags – One Victory" storm of the CTRC, follow the link to our social media pages:
1. Select poster https://cutt.ly/EKkSHHi
2. Copy the Typical Text and share it with your own message on your page or share your thoughts and experiences.
3. Call on friends.
4. Private message with this instruction, ask your friends to join the storms.
I'm joining Facebook – the storm of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center to show the whole world that Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars continue to fight to restore the territorial integrity of Ukraine together! Two flags – one victory!
These posters were designed by activists of the international movement for the de-occupation of Crimea and solidarity with the Crimean Tatar people #LIBERATECRIMEA, and acquired their professional look thanks to Ukrainian artist Andrii Yermolenko.