Several dozens of people gathered near the pre-trial detention facility, welcoming the release of Crimean Tatar activist Enver Krosh. Radio Liberty and Crimean Solidarity, the human rights protection organization reported that on Sunday.
'I clearly feel the support for me and my family. As for the trial and the searches, - I don't feel like discussing that. The court has been making decisions that we all know. So we should not be seeking a fair decision of the court; we should be aiming to preserve the unity of our people. We understand that the court decision will not be in our favor. But we should not give up just because of that,' Krosh said.
According to Crimean Tatar activists, Enver Krosh, detained after the search, was arrested by the court for 10 days. He is accused of the administrative offense qualified as the propaganda or public demonstration of the attributes or symbols of the extremist organizations.
As we reported the Russian law enforcers held the searches in annexed Crimea on January 25. Enver Krosh was transferred to Dzhankoy District Department of Internal Affairs and Ebazer Isliamov was transferred to Nyzhnohirsky District Department of Internal Affairs.