International and European Federation of journalists calls on Russia to release journalist Nicholas semen from the annexed Crimea to Kiev. According to the website of the International Federation of journalists, the relevant letter the organization sent to the authorities of the aggressor.

“Ukrainian freelancer Nicholas Simon should be allowed to leave Crimea and return to Kiev for urgent treatment of spinal injuries”, – is spoken in the message.

Journalists point out that the Seeds also has heart problems.

In addition, the Independent media trade Union of Ukraine (NMPU) called on the international community and Ukrainian authorities to do everything possible to achieve the possibility of going Semeny from the Crimea for treatment.

NMPU appealed to the President Petro Poroshenko, foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin, Minister for the temporarily occupied territories and internally displaced persons Vadim Chernysh, the Commissioner for human rights Valeria Lutkovska with the requirement to intervene and to contribute to its decision and restore the rights of the journalist Nicholas Semeny who violated the law-enforcement bodies of the Russian Federation on the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimean Peninsula.

As you know, April 19, the so-called Crimean Prosecutor Natalya Poklonskaya said on excitation of criminal case against Semeny according to the article “separatism” for media publications. In late April, the semen was transferred to the status of the accused. On 29 August the court rejected the complaint of lawyer Semeny on the FSB.

The detainee FSB Deputy head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov can release Wednesday, September 7




The international Federation of journalists called on the Russian Federation to release semen 03.09.2016

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