The statement was published ahead of the Second World Congress of Crimean Tatars that started on Saturday in Turkey's capital Ankara.
"Our plans include the development of a program to provide Crimea — the historic homeland of the Crimean Tatars — the status of national and territorial autonomy within the Ukrainian state," Poroshenko said.
The Black Sea peninsula called a referendum following a bloody uprising in Kiev, hailed by the Western governments as a "democratic revolution," although there was nothing democratic about it. After all, "forceful ousting of an elected president amounts to a coup," the daily observed.
In March 2014, more than 96 percent of Crimeans voted in favor of splitting with Ukraine and joining Russia.