Activists fill Moscow center with posters of abducted Crimean Tatar (Video)
In Moscow, the activists placed numerous posters with photos of the Crimean Tatar human rights activist Ervin Ibragimov, who was abducted in May.
This way, the activists are trying to draw international attention to the abductions and murders of Crimean Tatars in the occupied Crimea, the press service of the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine told UNIAN.
The ministry also posted a video on YouTube on abductions in the temporarily occupied peninsula.
Read alsoCrimean Tatars demand release of their abducted compatriot and Mejlis memberAs UNIAN reported earlier, Ibragimov disappeared in Crimea in May 2016. His car was found abandoned in the middle of the road.
Read alsoDzhemilev: No Illusions – Russia roots out Crimean TatarsIbragimov is a former deputy of the Bakhchisaray city council, a member of the executive committee of the World Congress of the Crimean Tatars.