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23 February, 2020

Crimean Tatars deported in 1944 could not return to their native Crimea until 1989. Until then, there were various kinds of Soviet bans. Over the next four years, 250,000 people returned to their homeland. Dilshad Rihimov came to Strilkove in Kherson region in the first wave.

But how were the Crimean Tatars welcomed in Ukraine, what problems did they faced and what changed after Russia's annexation of Crimea? Find out from our new video in the series hromadske and LSE made in the framework of the research project "For East and West".