Crimean Tatar detained in annexed Crimea

Source : 112 Ukraine

The reasons for the arrest are unknown
13:41, 11 December 2017

Crimean solidarity

The occupation authorities in the annexed Crimea detained the Crimean Tatar Rustem Osmanov, reports Crimean Solidarity public organization in Facebook.

"We have just received a message from the mother of Rustem Osmanov, who lives in the city of Bakhchysarai, that unknown people came and took him nobody knows where," the report said.

As the activists later found out, he was taken to the "district department of internal affairs" of Bakhchysarai. His father is together with him. The reasons for the detention are still unknown.

Related: Crimean Tatar Vedzhie Kashka: Survived deportation, but did not survive occupation

As it was reported earlier the veteran of Crimean Tatar movement Vedzhiye Kashka died in Simferopol in the occupied Crimea. The woman’s heart gave out as Russian federal security service, the FSB tried arresting her. 

‘They came for our elderly people. The occupants of Crimea just killed 82-year-old Crimean Tatar Vedzhiye Kashka. They wanted to arrest her, she felt bad and then her heart stopped. Vedzhiye-khanym was the veteran and one of the symbols of Crimean Tatar national movement for returning back to their motherland. Damn you Russian Nazis, murderers; the day will come, and you’ll get every bit of what’s coming to you. Blessed be our national hero’s memory. One can’t help but cry,’ he wrote.   

Related: FSB holds searches at houses of Crimean Tatars

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