Early on the morning of 18 January in the city Old Crimea Peninsula, the security forces of the occupation regime kidnapped Crimean Tatar activist and member of pickets against Russian repression Giray Kulahmetova, and then took him in a former police station in the village. Kirov. It is reported by the Facebook-group of Crimean solidarity.

During the search the representatives of the illegal authorities seized mobile phones from the residents of the house, the computer equipment, including two children Kulametov.

Relatives of the detained occupants of the Crimean Tatar believe that he’s being accused of “dissemination of extremist information” in social networks, “the court” is scheduled for 11:00 Kiev time.

Later, the searches took place, and the other activist – Kemal Seitalieva in the city of Belogorsk, it is also a picket on 14 October 2017, when the Crimea held a series of single protests against lawlessness of invaders.

Crimean Tatar was taken in the building of the former police station in Belogorsk.

“And he is also charged with dissemination in social networks “extremist materials”. Kemala also take to the court,” said the group.

In 2017, controlled by the Russian courts in Crimea made 10 convictions on politically-motivated criminal cases.

In early January 2018, the Russian repressive machine came to Simferopol with searches to their sisters, Hatice Kantemirova and zere Bakirovoj. According to the head of the Mejlis Refat Chubarov, “on duty basis” to the occupants of searches – “weapons, drugs and prohibited literature.”

Russia occupied the Crimea in 2014. The Verkhovna Rada announced on 20 February 2014 beginning of the temporary occupation of the Peninsula Russia. Key international organizations, including the UN General Assembly, condemned the Kremlin’s actions. Against Russia was introduced on personal and sectoral sanctions. For the implementation by Moscow of the so-called parliamentary elections with the participation of the Crimea in 2016 Parliament recognized the state Duma illegitimate.

See also: Crimean Tatars have filed a lawsuit against the Kremlin

In Crimea, two Crimean Tatars accused of “extremism” in social networks 18.01.2018

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