On March 6, 2022, the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People addressed an appeal to NATO member states and all Allies of Ukraine to ensure the security of the Ukrainian sky and protect the civilian population of Ukraine in the context of a full-scale Russian military invasion of mainland Ukraine.The appeal states that during the 10 days of full-scale war, Russian troops fired hundreds of missiles over many regions of Ukraine, including cruise ballistic missiles and high-explosive bombs, which are prohibited by the Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on Certain Conventional Weapons do not cause undue harm.The Mejlis states that due to large-scale coverage and mass air and missile attacks on Ukrainian cities Kharkiv, Kyiv, Irpin, Zhytomyr, Chernihiv, Bucha, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Odesa, Sumy and other settlements with important cultural heritage sites, caused significant damage. Civilians were killed, including children. Russian troops have seized the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, and effective control by the Ukrainian government over the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, which was stormed by Russian troops, remains problematic.The Mejlis emphasizes that the Russian armed forces are purposefully shelling peaceful housing estates, hospitals and maternity hospitals, kindergartens, schools and universities, and churches. The memorial to the victims of the Holocaust in Kyiv – Babyn Yar, which is prohibited by Articles 25 – 27 of the Convention on the Laws and Customs of Land Warfare, also came under rocket fire. It is stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine, territorial defense units, volunteers, civilians and civilians heroically defend their freedom and the Ukrainian state. However, it is the rocket attacks and air raids carried out by Russian troops that cause irreparable damage to Ukrainian cities and livelihoods, killing women, children and the elderly.The Crimean Tatar People’s Mejlis called on NATO member states and all of Ukraine’s allies to immediately ensure the security of Ukraine’s skies and protect Ukraine’s civilian population from mass destruction due to Russian bombing. It should be added that the Russian aggressor is actively using Crimea and adjacent Black Sea waters to bomb the civilian population of the South and Center of Ukraine. On March 6, the President of Ukraine announced the aggressor’s plans to bomb the city of Odesa en masse, in particular from the Crimea and the sea.