How Many Crimea Tatars Left After The Russian Annexation
2 February, 2015

Arsen Zhumadilov from the Crimean Institute for Strategic Studies discusses the human rights situation in Crimea and what can the Ukrainian government can do to improve the situation for those living there. 
He tells Hromadske International's Sunday Show on Feb 1, 2015 that not only has it now become impossible to be openly pro-Ukraine but being openly Muslim is now also dangerous. 
He recommends that Ukraine "plot a road map" for Crimea's reintegration which communicates that there will be no form of collective punishment for residents, only those individuals who have committed human rights violations will be punished.