June 25, 2015 - USUF President Nadia K. McConnell, Dr. Natalya Belitser, and Andre Kamenshikov, Director of Nonviolence International's programs in Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States, convene with other invited guests at a presentation at USUF. Later in the day, the Foundation sponsored a discussion, Problems of Crimean Tatars after Annexation and Perspectives of Crimea Reintegration, with Dr. Belitser at the Embassy of Ukraine. Also participating was Ukraine's Minister of Information Policy, Yuriy Stets. Both events focused on the status of the Crimean Tatars.
Key presenters at the Embassy of Ukraine included Yuriy Stets, Minister for Information Policy of Ukraine, Yaroslav Brisiuck, Embassy Charge d'Affairs, Dr. Natalya Belitser of the Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy (Kyiv), Nadia McConnell, President of the U.S.-Ukraine Foundation
Minister Stets with Dr. Belitser at the Embassy of Ukraine. During his presentation Yuriy Stets announced the launch of a new Ukraine's tv channel that will broadcast abroad in English, Russian, Ukrainian and the Crimean Tatar language
Yuriy Stets and Dr. Natalia Beitser present at the Embassy of Ukraine
Dr. Natalya Belitser at the Victims of Communism Memorial
Dr. Natalya Belitser and Andre Kamenshikov of Nonviolance International meet with Nadia Diuk at the National Endowment for Democracy
Crimean Tamga - On 26 June 2015, Crimean Tatars celebrated the day of their national flag. As a symbol of friendly and brotherly relations between Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars, the Ukrainian NGO ˜December 21" used an elegant interweaving to design a new Trident and Tamga emblem.
Dr. Natalya Belitser's interview at the Voice of America (in Ukrainian) >> CLICK HERE or watch below: