The "village councils" of the occupied
Crimea unofficially keep records of those Crimean Tatars who are forced to
leave. This was reported by activist Elmaz Kyrymly on her
Facebook page. According to her, the records are kept so that the "heads
of village councils" and close employees can transfer empty houses to
"Valko, don't you know if these ones left? Is the house empty or not? We need to find out who left to pass on empty houses to our sons," she quoted the "head of the village council", which was heard in one of the "village councils" of the Simferopol district.
Kyrymly noted that some compatriots become
unwitting witnesses of such conversations.
"Our history is cyclical. Once they already occupied the empty houses of our ancestors. Obviously, they liked it," the activist emphasized.