The reason for the search was an “anonymous call” from a phone starting with 044, with a message that a crime had allegedly been committed in Ilver Ametov’s house.
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, a search was conducted at the head of the Sudak Regional Majlis Ilver Ametov. This was announced by the head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov.
“In Sudak, the house of the head of the Sudak Regional Majlis, Ilver Ametov, was broken into by Russian punishers and is being searched,” Chubarov said on Sunday evening, February 5.
It is reported that the reason was an “anonymous call” from a phone starting with 044 (Kyiv code) with a message that a crime was allegedly committed in Ilver Ametov’s house.
“In the occupied Crimea, illegal incursions by Russian punishers into the homes of Crimean Tatars and searches based on allegedly anonymous calls are common. In fact, the “calls” are invented by the FSB,” Chubarov assures.
Earlier it was reported that five Crimean Tatars received 13 years in prison.
Russian court sentences Crimean imam to 17 years in prison
News from Perild.com in Telegram. Subscribe to our channel
Leave a Reply