Bekir Degermendzhi, a Crimean Tatar who was arrested in the occupied Crimea, was transferred from the intensive care unit to the pulmonology department, but since there are no places the man was left in the corridor. This was stated by the wife of Bekir Degermendzhi Alie, Crimea.Realities informs.
"At the moment, Bekir has been transferred from the intensive care unit to the pulmonology department, his condition is stable serious. Today I had a talk with the doctor - they said he was very weak, they continue to give him injections. Since there are no places in the pulmonology unit, he is in the corridor behind the screen. Three guards are guarding him, " Alie Degermendzhi said during the event dedicated to the support of Degermendzhi family in Kyiv.
According to her, now Bekir is being treated, which should relieve pulmonary edema.
Bekir Degermenji has chronic asthma, his condition worsened in the prison. The activist felt bad in the hall of the Kremlin-controlled Supreme Court of the Crimea on December 6. The ambulance was called for him. On the night of December 14, he was in intensive care. Later it became known that doctors keep Degermendzhi mainly in a drug-induced sleep.
As it was reported earlier On November 23, searches were carried out in Crimean Tatars' homes and the activists of the national movement were detained allegedly for "especially large-scale extortion" from Turkish citizen. Among the detainees there are Bekir Degermendzhi, Kurtseit Abdullayev, Asan Chapukh, Ruslan Trubach and Kyazim Ametov. They are charged with extortion committed by a group of people (part 2, article 163 of Russian Criminal Code).