Aksyonov to visit village of those abducted in Crimea

30 September 2014 09:02
(QHA) -

Crimean Prime Minister Sergey Aksyonov is going to visit Sary Su village of Belogorsk, where Sept 27 two young Crimean Tatars, Islyam Dzhepparov and his cousin Dzhevdet Islyamov were abducted.

Abdureshit Dzhepparov, father abducted Islyam, announced this after a meeting with Crimean premier Sergey Aksyonov Sept 29.

“It was decided that he [Sergey Aksyonov] is to come to Sary Su village on Oct 1, talk to people and make certain claims regarding the incident”- Dzhepparov said.

The meeting, held in the building of Crimean Representation of President of Russia, was attended by Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to Crimea Oleg Belaventsev, and head of Saki Mejlis office Eskender Bilyalov.

“There is no information about my son and nephew. More and more forces are engaged in the search, they are working night and day, according to Aksyonov”- Dzhepparov noted.

Two young Crimean Tatars were abducted in Crimean city of Belogorsk. Their present whereabouts is unclear.

Abdureshit Dzhepparov has already appealed to police and Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) to investigate the incident.

To recall, in March, Crimean Tatar activist Reshat Ametov, father of three, was seized by unknown men; laterhe  was found dead. The incident is not investigated yet.