The ‘authorities’ of the Russia-occupied Crimea deprived Ilmi Umerov, Deputy Head of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatars, of the access to the peninsula’s banking system.
Umerov posted this at Facebook. According to him, at first, his lawyer and his daugther failed to pay fine for an administrative violation – the decision by the so-called ‘Superior Court of Crimea’. The bank operation failed, so Umerov had to go to bank on his own.
‘The bank employees excused, telling me I could not perform any operation at their bank, since Ilmi Umerov is blocked for charges with extremism,’ he wrote.
He said he never used any of the bank services of the occupied Crimea, and now there is a trouble of paying fine in that bank.