On December 9, 2021, the regular XXII online session of the Crimean Discussion Club “Historical Toponymy of Crimea: Present and Future” took place. Experts discussed and formed the logistics of the process of restoring historical names in the Crimea. The participants of the event stressed that the historical toponymy of Crimea is of great importance for the comprehensive rehabilitation of the previously deported Crimean Tatar people, for whom the main motive for repatriation was the desire to preserve their identity. Professor Borys Babin pointed out the role of the approved law “On Indigenous Peoples of Ukraine” in the return of historical settlements’ names and noted the importance of the procedure of registration of representative bodies of indigenous peoples for these processes. He stated that the appropriate renaming should include a period of dual usage of both names of settlements until the end of the peninsula’s deoccupation; and he pointed to the need to take these processes into account in the draft laws on transitional justice under development. Sessions of the Crimean Discussion Club are held by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.