Two young Crimeans went missing in Crimea

14 October 2014 14:03
(QHA) -

Two Crimean students, Artem Dayrabekov and Belyal Bilyalov went missing in Crimea.

First-year student Artem Dayrabekov left for Simferopol on Monday and was last heard at 3 p.m.

“Artem should have taken his younger sister from school at 6 p.m. but did not do it. We got worried, because Artem is very responsible, in any case he would have let us know”- aunt of Artem Lilya Belyalova stressed.

Relatives of Artem has already appealed to police, still his present whereabouts remains unknown.

Whereabouts of Belyal Bilyalov, a friend of missed Artem Dayrabekov, is also unknown.

Several people have been abducted in recent weeks in Crimea and their whereabouts remain unknown. 

Speaking at Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) session, Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev said eighteen Crimean Tatars had been missing since Crimean annexation by Russia.