The Crimea was subjected to charges of Ukraine in the intention to legitimize religious extremists
Ukraine's intention to make a clone of the Crimean Muftiate should be regarded as the legitimization of radical extremist religious groups, said a member of the Crimean government Zaur Smirnov.
"Ukraine has started preparations for the convening of a conference for the formation of parallel hostile to the Crimean muftiat structure. We know that due to the lack of supporters among the Crimean Muslims and Crimean Tatars, is expected to attract a different kind of extremist religious organizations to give them Crimea ", - said Smirnov, who oversees interethnic relations in the Republic.
according to his statement, conference on the creation of a clone of the Crimean muftiat is scheduled for November. Its organizers - the leaders of the organization " the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people ", declared extremist and banned on the territory of the Russian Federation, RIA " Novosti ". Smirnov has noticed that the parallel development of the Crimean Muftiate should not be viewed as the legitimization of radical extremist religious groups." The Kiev regime now openly encourage and support religious extremism in Ukraine, looking for a way to legitimize radical groups, " noted Smirnov.