Crimean Tatar activist Lutfie Zudieva detained in occupied Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

She is accused of the demonstration of the 'banned symbols'
18:05, 30 May 2019

Lutfie Zudieva, the Crimean Tatar human rights activist and journalist
Radio Liberty

The Russian law enforcers detained Crimean Tatar human rights activist and journalist Lutfie Zudieva in Dzhankoi city (occupied Crimea) as Krym.Realii reported.

According to Seitasan Zudiev, the husband of the detainee, she was taken in at the market. The law enforcers were wearing civilian clothes. They blocked the car of Zudiev family and took Lutfie to Simferopol to draw up a protocol.

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According to lawyer Emil Kurbedinov, Zudieva was detained by the workers of the Center for Counteracting Extremism due to the demonstration of the 'banned symbols'. Such offence provides the administrative arrest.

The Russian authority did not provide any official comments.

On May 7, Kremlin-controlled 'Supreme Court' of Crimea prolonged the detention period for Crimean Tatar blogger Nariman Memedeminov.

Related: Zelensky on Crimea occupation: I believe we will liberate homeland of Crimean Tatars and we will do this together

Earlier the Russian law enforcers held searches at the house of Crimean Tatar activist Dilyaver Alimov in occupied Crimea. He was taken away for testimony.

Besides, the Russian Security Service raided ten houses of the Crimean Tatars in an occupied village of Strohonivka, Simferopol region. 

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