Abdureshit Dzhepparov-- father of young Crimean Tatar who was abducted in Belogorsk, Sept 27, by unknown man in military uniform -- headed to Simferopol to meet with Crimean Prime Minister Sergey Aksyonov.
“I going to Simferopol to meet with Aksyonov”- he said.
Meanwhile, people not indifferent to the incident, are gathering in front of the house of Dzhepparov. According to media, mayor of Belogorsk Albert Kangiev and head of local Mejlis Mustafa Asaba also arrived at the scene.
To recall, 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.
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