Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that the song of Eurovision-2016’s winner Jamala had an original Tatar title 'Crimea is ours,' 112 Ukraine TV channel reports.
'I think that it is not accidentally that she changed the song’s title from 'Crimea is ours' to '1944 '. This change touched a lot of people who had no idea, never knew what happened in with the Crimean Tatar people in 1944 along with hundreds of thousands of our fellow citizens who learned this and were shocked. A lot of those who have listened to this song, including my wife, simply cried hearing these emotions. This charisma that comes from Jamala,' Poroshenko said.
Poroshenko awarded Jamala, who was the winner of Eurovision, with the title of People's Artist of Ukraine.
Ukrainian singer Jamala won first place in the Grand Final of Eurovision-2016, the second place was taken by the singer Dami Im from Australia. The third place went to Russian singer Sergey Lazarev.
As reported earlier to the 1492news.com, There can only be one winner. Ukraine is, and will remain, the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest.