Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev is reportedly banned to enter the territory of Crimea for five years, press service of the Mejlis Crimean Tatar reports.
While crossing Crimea-Ukrainian border April 22, Mr. Jemilev was handed over “An act on notification about a ban to enter the Russian Federation”.
“We, undersigned, made this act that based on the resolution on a ban of the entry to foreign citizen No. 140 (ZKS) (Defense Guard Service) 13-1087 of April 19, 2014, Mustafa Jemilev, born November 13, 1944, citizen of Ukraine, is banned to enter the territory of the Russian Federation based on Item 1, Article 27 of the Federal Law “On the procedure for leaving the Russian Federation and entry to the Russian Federation” for the term of five years until April 19, 2019,” the designated act reads.
As Mejlis member Abduraman Egiz noted,the act is printed on a peace of paper A4 format with no stamp and signature.
Mustafa Jemilev left to Kyiv to meet with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.
He is to return to Crimea in a week.
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