The 100th day Hunger strike of Crimean Tatars in the front of Ukraine's government building in Kiev gone unnoticed by the world. This tremendous effort of tatars in their fight for land was not covered by the mass media not only in Ukraine but in any western countries in Europe or USA. According to participants to this strike, the Milli Mejlis of Crimean Tatars did not support with responsibility this event and their demand was not seriously taken yet in consideration by Ukraine government but on the other hand thousand acres of land were sold out to foreign companies such as: South Korea( in Cankoy area) and Russia. The russian oligarch are now the owner of the land surrounding Yalta, Sudak and Simferopol.
The Crimean Tatars were deported in mass to Uzbekistan, Siberia and other regions of former USSR by Stalinist regime in May18, 1944, and they were forced to work in very hard and inhuman conditions at cotton farms and nuclear factories and facilities where many of them died by radiation. The Crimean tatars returned to their ancestor land during Gorbachiov “perestroika reform” in 1986 but the majority returned to Crimea after collapsed of the communism regime in USSR. Today over 300,000 of Crimean tatars live in Crimea.