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Lviv Welcomes Crimean Tatar Community With Open Arms


The Russian annexation of Crimea in March 2014 is widely regarded as a tragedy for Crimean Tatars. But for Adile Namazova, it was also a professional catastrophe. A recent university graduate with near flawless English, Namazova, 22, had been working as a language tutor before annexation. But once Crimea changed hands, travelers stopped coming, food prices shot up, and banks closed. The peninsula’s tourism-dependent economy went into a tailspin. Soon Namazova’s clients could no longer afford their English lessons, and she found herself out of a job. …read more

Source: Atlantic Council

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