A Crimean Tatar activist’s home is searched for “non-recognition of the borders of the Russian Federation”

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Today Russian security forces have raided Crimean Tatar activist Suleiman Kadyrov’s home in Feodosiya (Crimea).

Activist Zaire Smedyalev said that Kadyrov’s laptop and phone had been seized during the search.

“The search is based on a judge’s decision on suspicion of calls for non-recognition of the borders of the Russian Federation and support of the Asker Crimean Tatar battalion. Sulaiman allegedly said in a television report on March 29: “Crimea is Ukraine!” wrote the activist in Facebook.

According to him, Kadyrov is promised to be called in for questioning to the Simferopol Anti Extremist Centre within the next few days.

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