It is the 30th anniversary of the Crimean Tatar massif in the village of Koreiz in Yalta. On September 16, 1990, Crimean Tatars occupied a tobacco field here. One of the streets of the massif is now called 16 September street. And then, for several months, our compatriots were forced to fight for their rightful land — the land from which their parents were evicted in 1944. Years later, on a once empty field, Crimean Tatars built a beautiful village, laid out gardens and flower beds, raised children and grandchildren. And they managed to preserve the unity and cohesion that helped them survive 30 years ago.