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Ukraine's Ombudsman asks Russian counterpart on whereabouts of detained Crimean Tatars

According to Lyudmyla Denisova, the wife of one of the detainees gave a premature birth after the stress experienced in the seventh month of pregnancy
20:53, 10 June 2019

Lyudmyla Denisova Facebook

Ukraine’s Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova stated that she applied to her Russia’s colleague Tatyana Moskalkova concerning the information on the place of detention of Ukrainian citizens, the detained Crimean Tatars. Denisova wrote that on Facebook.

“I immediately appealed to the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatyana Moskalkova to secure the rights of detainees and to provide me with the information on the place of detention of Ukrainian citizens,” Denisova wrote.

According to the report, the wife of one of the detainees gave a premature birth after the stress experienced in the seventh month of pregnancy.

Related: Raids in annexed Crimea: Russian FSB detains eight people

Russian law enforcers searched the living houses of Crimean Tatars on June 10. The "investigation measures" took place in Alushta and Simferopol district, under seven different addresses.

The FSB searched houses of Eldar Kantemirov, Eskender Suleimanov, Ruslan Mesutov; this also concerns the houses of Riza and Enver Omerov, as well as Lenur Khalilov.

Kantemirov, Suleimanov and Riza Omerov were detained and taken in the unknown direction.

Related: New searches among Crimean Tatars in Russian-occupied peninsula

 

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