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76-year old activist detained in Crimea released
10:41, 20 August 2017
76-year old activist detained in Crimea released

Crimeans from various cities and towns of the peninsula came to meet him

10:41, 20 August 2017

www.radiosvoboda.org

In the annexed Crimea, 76-year-old Server Karametov, who was arrested for 10 days for a one-person rally, was released, as reported by Krym.Realii.

Crimeans from various cities and towns of the peninsula came to meet him, including the activists of the Crimean Tatar national movement: Nariman Dzhelial, one of the leaders of the Crimean Tatars Ilmi Umerov, and the coordinator of Crimean contact group on human rights Abdureshit Dzhepparov.

As it was reported earlier, the so-called “Simferopol rail court” detained 76-year-old Crimean Tatar Server Karametov for 10 days for “resisting the police officers”. Earlier Karametov went on a one-person rally supporting Akhtem Chyigoz, carrying a banner saying “Putin, our kids aren’t terrorists”. The man was also fined $160.

Related: Protest in occupied Simferopil: Putin, our children are not terrorists

Related: Crimean Tatar prisoner in Russia transferred to Bashkortostan

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