FSB officers came with a search warrant in the home of the Crimean Tatar activist Seyran Saliev and his mother Zodie Salieva in occupied Bakhchisaray. It is reported by journalist Eileena Seytbullaeva on Facebook.
"There are a few tens of heavily-armed men in the yard. According to them, the security forces do not let Seyan’s pregnant wife leave the house, who spent a month in hospital with threatened miscarriage and bleeding. At the request of the people to resolve to leave her home, security forces said coarseness and rudeness”, she writes.
Lawyers Emile Kurbedinov and Eden Semedlyaev were detained by the Russian traffic police, when headed to the search to provide legal assistance. Kurbedinov said this on Facebook.
"Just now we were detained by the traffic police, when we were going to a search in Saliev’s house, but these employees do not let us go. They want to take Eden Semedlyaev somewhere to search for his name in some database. We view this as a direct obstruction to advocacy and will write a complaint", said Kurbedinov.