Thank you for that. At the House of Commons, I was proud to support and sponsor the Magnitsky legislation that we have in Canada, and of course Raynell Andreychuk started that in the Senate. I forgot to mention, but I think we've talked about it in the past, that I'm also banned from Russia, so I can't go to Crimea right now either. It would be unfortunate if I never get to set foot in beautiful Crimea.
You mentioned that we have to expand the Magnitsky list. We have to go to sectoral sanctions, such as finance and energy products. I would also venture to say that sanctions on agriculture products that come from Russia are something else we need.
Could you go into a little more detail on the human rights abuses that have been suffered by the Tatars in particular in Crimea, and in other parts of Russia, for that matter, by those who might have stayed back in Russia after the forced deportation 75 years ago?
We know that the Mejlis, the legislative body of the Tatars, has been shut down. We know that media outlets that are focused on the Tatars have also been shut down in Crimea. We know that it has also become more difficult to worship or gather in mosques and community places.
You talk about all the political prisoners who are languishing in jail. What other things are happening, and where can we move the yardsticks in making sure that Putin and his Kremlin kleptocrats are no longer abusing the human rights of Tatars in Crimea?