Oliver Loode appealed to the Crimean Tatars in connection with the coronavirus pandemic (video)

May 1, 2020

Oliver Loode, an expert of the Estonian Institute of Human Rights, a member of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) in 2014-2016, a member of the Supervisory Board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, addressed the Crimean Tatar people in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

“For small nations, like Estonians and Crimean Tatars, it is especially important to keep social distance, because we cannot afford wasting the population. But for Crimean Tatars, I see one more thing – you need to survive so as not to give your land, homeland to the occupant and to see the day when Crimea will be liberated from the aggressor, and this day will inevitably occur, "said Oliver Loode.

We want to remind that yesterday on April 30, in occupied Sevastopol the first death from a coronavirus infection was registered.