Feedback
Crimean political prisoner in Russia to go on third hunger strike
10:42, 2 July 2017
Crimean political prisoner in Russia to go on third hunger strike

His wife Megrem Zeitullayev added she last saw her husband in April

10:42, 2 July 2017

Facebook Anton Naumlyuk

Defendant in Hizb-Ut Tahrir case Ruslan Zeitullayev detained in Russia intends to go on the third hunger strike before the consideration of his appeal. This was announced by his wife Megrem Zeitullayev, reports Crimea.Realities.

“He said that he will also go on a hunger strike to the hearing of his appeal. As it will be known, he told me to inform his of the date in 7-8 days, and he will announce a third hunger strike, "she said.”

Megrem Zeitullayev added she last saw her husband in April. Since then there was no way to contact him and she does not know of his condition.

Related: Crimean prisoners: On the eve of coming back to Ukraine

As it was reported earlier Russian prosecutor demanded to imprison Crimean political prisoner for 17 years. Ruslan Zeitullayev, charged with organization of Hizb-Ut Tahrir cell in Crimea.

Related: Russian Ombudsman promised to return Crimean prisoners to Ukraine

Topics:
Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

Comments
see more