According to the document, the working group is to be headed by deputy Prime Minister - chief of staff of the Council of Ministers of Crimea Olha Udovina. The group will include the representatives of the executive bodies, enterprises, institutions and organizations of the Autonomy.
The working group was tasked with preparing proposals and submitting them to the Council by September 25 of this year.
Crimean Prime Minister Anatoly Mohyliov pointed to the need to determine exactly how many representatives of certain nationalities, requiring granting their native language the status of regional language, live in Crimea.
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