Server Mustafayev, the member of Crimean Tatar movement 'Crimean solidarity' has been brought to the asylum so as 'to define his sanity' - for one month. Lyudmyla Denisova, the Ukrainian Parliament's Envoy for Human Rights posted that on Facebook.
Mustafayev remains at a remand center in Simferopol in the occupied Crimea.
'The Russian government has been carrying on with the shameful tactics of the oppression of Crimean Tatars in the annexed Crimea', she commented on this situation.
The Ombudswoman underlined that this is an outrageous violation of Mustafayev's rights and the humiliation of human dignity, which 'could be dangerous both for his physical and mental health'.
'I turned to the Envoy for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova, asking to apply measures to stop the violation of rights of Ukrainian Server Mustafayev', the Ukrainian official reported.
Earlier, another Crimean Tatar Edem Bekirov was detained by the Russian law enforcers in the occupied Crimea on December 12. He was trying to enter the peninsula, coming from Ukraine's Chongar checkpoint. According to Refat Chubarov, the Head of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, Bekirov was detained during the passport control procedure. The 'court' of the annexed peninsula decided to arrest Bekirov for two months. On December 14, the Ukrainian side reported that Bekirov's condition was critical.