Crimean Tatars' houses raided in Crimea, six people apprehended

Source : 112 Ukraine

All of the detainees were taken to the office of the Crimean FSB in Simferopol
12:20, 7 July 2020

Russia's law enforcement bodies have conducted searches in the premises of Crimean Tatars located in Crimea
Crimean solidarity

At 4 a.m. on June 7, officers of Russia's law enforcement bodies started conducting searches in the premises of the Crimean Tatars located in different parts of the annexed Crimea. It was reported by the Crimean Solidarity public organization

Activists note that Russian security forces searched seven houses in the villages of Bakhchysaraiskyi, Krasnohvardiiskyi, and Simferopolskyi districts, as well as in the city of Alushta.

"Employees of the E Center, the Crimean Federal Security Service (FSB), Berkut (a special unit of the Rosguard, which has been active in the Crimea since 2014), and the riot police are working on the site," the statement said.

Related: Verkhovna Rada calls on world to condemn Russia's violation of Crimean Tatars’ rights, freedoms

According to preliminary data from the human rights office of lawyers, six people have been detained: Zyiadynov Emil Ibrahimov Ismet Sufianov Alim Khairetdinov Seiran Syzykov Oleksandr and Bektemyrov Vadym. All were taken to the office of the Crimean FSB in Simferopol.

As we reported earlier, five French MEPs visited annexed Crimea to act as “experts” and “assess the voting process on amendments” to Russia’s constitution.

Related: President’s Office publishes names of political prisoners in Crimea amid Day of Crimean Tatar Flag

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