Russian invaders in the annexed Crimea continue the persecution of Crimean Tatars. Today, it became known about the detention of activists.
Today, the invaders detained Lutfie Zudieva, a Crimean Tatar activist. This was reported by the Public Association “Crimean Solidarity” on Facebook. The activist is accused of publicly demonstrating extremist, Nazi or other prohibited symbols.
“She was stopped by employees of the Security Forces on her way from Dzhankoy market. She was charged with Article 20.3 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (“Propaganda or public display of Nazi attributes or symbols; attributes or symbols of extremist organizations, or other attributes or symbols, propaganda or public demonstration of which prohibited by federal laws”),” reads in the message.
Later, it became known that the Russian “authorities” detained Mumine Saliyeva, an activist of “Crimean Solidarity” and the wife of one of the political prisoners who had been illegally detained by the Kremlin. There are no comments from the Russian Federation yet.