"The summons was sent due to the damaged [power transfer] pylons in Kherson region. I called the FSB and asked to elaborate. They told me that they had initiated a criminal case against Dzhemilev, that he had been promoting the terrorist attack, and, as his wife, I had to testify about the attack. I told them that I was not involved in this case, at all. My lawyer is drafting a letter stating that I refuse to testify, as a relative," Dzhemileva said.
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