Ukraine’s Permanent Representative to the UN Volodymyr Yelchenko informed the Secretary-General of the Organization António Guterres on the new wave of persecution of the Crimean Tatars on the peninsula, as Ukrinform reported.
“Gross violations of the human rights of the Russian Federation on the temporary occupied Crimea should trigger a strong and consolidated reaction from the international community so that the illegally detained people were released and to prevent humans’ suffering in the future,” Yelchenko stated.
Besides, Ukraine demands Russia to implement the resolution of the UN General Assembly “On the situation with the human rights in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol” and an interim decision of the International Court on the case “Ukraine against Russia”.
As it was reported earlier, the Russian Security Service raided ten houses of the Crimean Tatars in an occupied village of Strohonivka, Simferopol region.
In particular, the investigation was conducted in the houses of Remzi Bekirov, Osman Arifmemetov, Rustem Sheyhaliyev, Efran Osmanov, Aziz Bekirov, Akim Bekirov, Abdulaziz Umerov, Mejit Abdurakhmanov, Tofik Abdulgaziyev, Yashar Muedinov, Seitveli Seytabdiev, Edem Yachikov. In total, 17 houses were being searched.
The Crimean police launched two criminal proceedings on illegal detaining of the Crimean Tatars and violating the inviolability of the home.
At the same time, TASS informed that searched are related to the case of Hizb ut-Tahrir. According to FSB, they are conducting searches within the probes opened against alleged members of this organization.