Crimean Tatar activist detained in Simferopol
Crimean Tatar activist Ruslan Belyalov was detained in the city of Simferopol in the Russian-occupied Crimea on November 19, according to lawyer Emil Kurbedinov.
"An activist of Krymska Solidarnist association Ruslan (Alimdar) Belyalov has been detained on the road near the car market in Simferopol," Kurbedinov wrote on Facebook.
Read alsoEU Delegation head condemns recent searches in Crimean Tatars' housesAt the same time, Belyalov reported the following: "I have been detained in Simferopol! The reason for detention is my car, which somehow became a 'duplicate'! They want to take me to the police. I refused! Lawyer Lilja Gemedgi is on her way to me now!"
However, he did not specify who exactly detained him.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the Russian court is going to sentence Ukrainian journalist Sushchenko to 20 years' imprisonment. He was officially charged with espionage.