About 15 Crimean Tatar families will live in the Kazakh village of Kulan

After the abolition of the commandant’s regime for the deported in 1956, many Crimean Tatars left their places of special settlements and went to other regions and even republics in search of better living conditions. So, in the village of Kulan, a whole Crimean Tatar community was formed in Kazakhstan. In the 90s the majority returned to Crimea, but even now about 15 Crimean Tatar families live in Kulan.