So-called "vice prime minister" of the occupation government of Crimea Georgy Muradov told TASS in Beijing, Censor.NET reports.
"I emphasize that Crimean residents will always feel happy about Jamala's performance," he alleged.
"Therefore, she should take some minor steps regarding the change of nationality, come back home and start giving concerts in her homeland," the Kremlin puppet said.
"That protracted story on deportation must come to an end. She should return. She is always welcome. We congratulate her and I think that many votes that she has received from Russia have been given by the people from among the Crimean Tatars, who live in our Crimea," Muradov claimed.
It should be reminded that Jamal's song "1944", dedicated to the deportation of the Crimean Tatars, became the winner of the 61st Eurovision Song Contest, which was held in the Globen arena in the Swedish capital.
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