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Ukrainian activist forced to leave Crimea because of FSB persecution
18:43, 21 June 2017
Ukrainian activist forced to leave Crimea because of FSB persecution

Earlier FSB officers illegally searched her house

18:43, 21 June 2017

Crimean Human Rights Group

Ukrainian activist Natalia Kharchenko was forced to urgently leave Crimea because of the harassment of FSB, reports Crimean Human Rights Group.

It is noted that the activist left Crimea yesterday, on June 20. At the moment, she is in Kyiv. According to her, FSB officers in Simferopol are planning to initiate a criminal case against her accusing of extremism. According to Kharchenko, FSB officers interviewed her four times in the course of the pre-investigative inspection.  

Earlier the FSB carried out unauthorized searches in her house and seized several computers.

Related: FSB to hold large scale military drills in Crimea and offshore

Earlier it was reported that FSB claimed they arrested “Ukrainian agent”, he is to be sent to “DNR”. Russian FSB said they detained a 27-year-old Ukrainian citizen.

Related: Drone of Russia’s FSB crashes in Donetsk region

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