"Our participation in two major international events - the speech of Crimean Tatar people leader Mustafa Dzhemilev delivered at the UN Security Council meeting on behalf of Ukraine, and my address at the UN Council on Human Rights session in Geneva on March 22 - suggests that part of the states that are currently openly urging Russia to stop the repression of the Mejlis may support our proposal to stiffen the sanctions in case of a ban on the Mejlis activities," Chubarov said.
According to him, the Mejlis will come out with such a proposal in any case.
Chubarov added that the representatives of 41 states had delivered speeches in Geneva.
"Every second address was focused on discussion of the situation with the Mejlis while the demands were voiced to stop the repression of the representative body of the indigenous people of Crimea," he stressed.
The hearing of the case on imposition of ban on the Mejlis activity will be held tomorrow, April 7.