Today, June 17, Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov, accused of "separatist statements" in the annexed Crimea, was acquainted with the decision to conduct a psychiatric assessment, according to his Facebook page.
“Today, I was summoned to FSB once again. This time, they acquainted me with the decision to conduct a psychiatric examination. Information as for place and time will follow later. I don’t reveal the content of the document, because I signed the pledge of secrecy, and all the more, I was just introduced, not given a document,” Umerov wrote.
Just a reminder: May 19, the FSB accused Umerov of separatist statements during his speech at the ATR TV channel: the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis said that "it is necessary to force Russia to withdraw from Crimea and Donbas."
Also Umerov was saying about the changes to the Constitution of Ukraine concerning the award of special status to the Crimean Tatar people and designation of the national autonomy status within Ukraine.