Eurovision organizers place the Crimean Tatars flag on the same footing as the flags of ISIS and DPR

Crimean Tatars Flag

The Crimean Tatars flag is banned at the Eurovision Song Contest, where the Crimean Tatar singer Jamala will present Ukraine.

This is reported by the website of the Stockholm Globe Arena concert hall, which will host the Contest.

The Crimean Tatar flag is in the list of non-state flags banned at the Contest including the flags of Kosovo, Nagorno-Karabakh, the Basque Country, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, Palestine, Northern Cyprus, Transdniester, as well as the terrorist organization of ISIS and the pro-Russian separatists from DPR.

Visitors are allowed to bring in the flags of the participating countries or any other countries that belong to the United Nations, as well as the EU flag and the rainbow-colored flag.

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