Russia extended the ban on entry to its territory and to the Crimea occupied by it until 2034 for the national leader of the Crimean Tatar people, 77-year-old Mustafa Dzhemilev. It is reported by krymr.com.
"Russia has extended the ban on entry to Crimea for Mustafa Dzhemilev until 2034," the message says.
It is indicated that initially Russia banned Dzhemilev from entering Crimea after the occupation of the peninsula, the ban expired on April 19, 2019. However, as evidenced by the published data, another entry ban was adopted in March 2019 for a period of 15 years - until March 5, 2034. This became known only now - during the study of materials in the criminal case against Dzhemilev.
Dzhemilev also announced his intention to "prove the absurdity of the charges" in the European Court of Human Rights.
As we reported earlier, the court in Russia Rostov-on-Don has sentenced Crimean citizen Oleh Prykhodko to five years in high-security prison as Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported on Telegram.
“Today, South district military court of Rostov-on-Don has delivered an illicit verdict to our comrade on trumped-up criminal case on supposed attempt to commit the terrorist act,” the message says.
The first year of the term, Oleh Prykhodko has to spend in jail – high-security prison, where the prisoners stay in cells all the time.
Moreover, Prykhodko has to pay a fine in the sum of 110,000 rubles (37,600 hryvnia or $1,351).