The Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea (ARC) in Kyiv began investigation into the search of Suleiman Kadyrov's home, a member of the Feodosia regional Mejlis, by FSB officers, according to the Prosecutor's Office website.
Previously, a member of the Crimean Tatar Mejlis Eskender Bariev appealed to the ARC prosecutor's office to initiate the criminal proceedings.
According to his statement, the officers of the so-called "law enforcement agencies" in balaklavas came to the house of the Crimean Tatar pro-Ukrainian activist Suleiman Kadyrov on October 5 and illegally searched it threatening to use force in case of resistance.
Reportedly, the application filed by E. Bariev was registered. At the moment, the ARC Prosecutor's Office is considering the initiation of investigation into the case under Article 162 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (infringement of right to inviolability of the home).
The search was conducted on the basis of the ruling by judge Rodionov Igor Ivanovich to carry out a search on suspicion of calling for non-recognition of Russia’s borders and the support of the Crimean Tatar battalion "Asker".