President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed the law on indigenous peoples initiated by him.
In Nezalezhnaya it was reported that the law on indigenous peoples was approved by the president of the country. Zelensky’s office recalled that the law comes into force from the date of its signing.
Earlier, the law, initiated by the leader of Ukraine, was approved in the Rada. He was supported by 325 deputies.
According to the document, the Crimean Tatars, Krymchaks and Karaites are among the indigenous peoples that formed on the territory of the Crimean Peninsula. It is noted that these peoples have the right to self-determination within Ukraine and political status within the framework of the constitution and laws of the country.
The document also lists that indigenous peoples are allowed to participate in international representation, to cooperate with educational institutions to ensure the study of their language, history and culture.
It is noteworthy that Russians are not mentioned in this list, RIA FAN reports.
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