Moscow hosted the Ktsia in support of political prisoners in the Crimea. About it reports Radio Freedom.

In particular, the protesters came out to support Arsene Djeparov – one of the accused in the case of Hizb ut-Tahrir. It clarifies the journalists, Djeparov large health problems, but in the detention center of Simferopol, he does not receive medical care.


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Those present protested that the persecution of the Crimean Tatars of the world’s media pay little attention.


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In 2016, the Russian authorities opened more than 20 cases of participation in organizations, which in Russia is banned Hizb ut-Tahrir. In Crimea, the defendants in this case were 19 people.


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On April 26, the parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, representatives of 45 countries and political groups signed a Declaration in which he demanded from Russia to restore the rights of Crimean Tatars in the temporarily occupied Crimea and to ensure the rights of Ukrainian speaking population.




In Moscow rally in support of political prisoners in the Crimea 30.04.2017

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