Crimean police conducts raids on Tatars' houses
Earlier, security forces detained Crimean Tatars under the pretext of absence of Russian passports
The Russian occupants in Crimea conduct raids on houses of Crimean Tatars under the guise of "the census". This was announced on Facebook by journalist Shevket Namatullaev.
"In the village Arpat of Alushta region police visited homes of Crimean Tatars, and were interested in how many people live in the house, where they usually go for shopping, in what school their children study, who in the village sell drugs. Then police came into the gardens and looked in the greenhouses" - he said.
Also Namatullaev added that the other day in the village Kapsihor of Sudak district law enforcers detained the Crimean Tatars under the pretext of absence of Russian passports.
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