The head of the movement “qırım”, which is considered the largest Association of Crimean Tatars in Crimea, Remzi Ilyasov commented on the victory of the Ukrainian singer Jamala on “Eurovision 2016” with a song “1944”.
Earlier, on this occasion spoke other authorities: Policy on non-political Eurovision song contest in 2016: the next competition will take place in Crimea
“Jamal I’ve known. I know what her voice as she sings. When she sings, I do shiver passes through the body,” says Adam.
According to him, she’s long gone to this victory and indeed worthy of her. However, he added that, if to reject policy, Jamala’s song, “genuinely hurt”, as they carry a part of the history of the Crimean Tatar people.
“I congratulate her. At the same time, I really liked the performance of our singer Sergey Lazarev,” said Ilyasov.
Read online broadcast of the final of Eurovision-2016
and the outcome of the Artur Gasparyan: the Grand paradox of “Eurovision”: why won Jamal