The Crimean Tatars illegally kept in the custody in the territory of Russia, still face physiological pressure and get no necessary treatment, Commissioner for Human Rights Lyudmyla Denisova reported on Facebook.
“A few hours ago at South district military court, where the session on the case of the so-called Second Bakhchysarai group Hizb ut-Tahrir takes place, the Ukrainian political prisoners felt bad: they had a fever and severe pain in muscles…Their lawyers asked to postpone today’s court session and provide the necessary medical aid as three political prisoners Server Mustafayev, Memet Belyalov and Seiran Saliev are having fever since yesterday and they have awful headaches and weakness in the body. However, the medical workers of the penal institution, where the citizens of Ukraine are illegally kept, limited themselves to febrifuge injection and provided the certificate about the satisfactory state of health and absence of counterindications for their participation in the court session and investigative actions. Despite this fact, the Russian court only called the ambulance and the court session continued,” she reported.
The Ukrainian ombudsman underlined that the Russian court violated the rights of Ukrainian citizens many times.
“I appeal with a demand to Commissioner on Human Rights of Russia Tatiana Moskalkov to stop the tortures of the citizens of Ukraine, facilitated the holding of thorough medical examination and provide qualified medical aid to illegally detained Crimean Tatars,” Denisova concluded.
Earlier leader of the Crimean Tatar people, MP Mustafa Dzhemilev said that the Crimeans should be given priority for the exchange, which turned out to be long periods.