The occupants took the detainees of the Crimean Tatars in Russia

Russian security forces detained 23 Crimean Tatars. Photo: Courtesy Photo

Detainees in the occupied Peninsula of the Crimean Tatars was transferred to the Rostov region of Russia.

This was announced by the Ombudsman Lyudmila Denisova in Facebook.

“Not just for conducting searches in the residential district of Kamenka the city of Simferopol were involved Rostov by the FSB. All pre-planned, including the movement. They will be distributed in five of the remand prison in Rostov region. Three of the detention facility is located in Rostov, two in the suburbs,” wrote Denisov.

She called the names of Ukrainians who moved to the Rostov region: the case of Abdulganiev, Izzet Abdullayev, Vladlen Abdulkadyrov, Madge Abdurakhmanov, Bilal Adilov, Enver Ametov, Osman Arithemetic, Farkhod Bazaars, the Mayor Bekirov, Ramsey Bekirov, Servet Gaziyev, Cemil Gafarov, Reese Izotov, Alim Karimov, the Minister of Murtaza, Yashar Muidinov, Erfan the Ottomans, Satele Satabayev Rustem Seytkhalilov, Ruslan Suleymanov, Siobhan Umerov, Rustem sheikhaliev, Asan Anikova.

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On March 27, Russian security forces came to search for more the 20 houses of the Crimean Tatars in the annexed Crimea. 23 people were detained, among them those who came to support search.

The occupation court in Simferopol arrested the detainees until 15 may.


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