Mohyliov is convinced that the discussion should involve representatives of all ethnic communities of Crimea, public organizations, as well as experts and local communities. "It should be the extensive, open and public discussion. Our goal is to develop the consolidated position," the head of the Council of Ministers said.
Previously, Mohyliov called the law of Ukraine "On principles of state language policy" progressive and particularly relevant to Crimea. According to the chairman of the Council of Ministers, the law protects the constitutional rights and freedoms of Ukrainian citizens of all nationalities and gives evidence of successful implementation of the government’s obligations.
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