On April, 14 the Meshchansky Court in Moscow held a hearing into the complaint lodged by the national leader of the Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev against the FSB that banned him from entering occupied Crimea, a lawyer Mark Feigin wrote on Twitter.
According to the lawyer, the case was transferred to the Moscow City Court under the pretext of a state secret.
- Following a court hearing into the Dzhemilev’s complaint against the FSB, the case was transferred to the Moscow City Court under a pretext of a state secret. Well, at least we will see the act prohibiting entry, wrote Feigin.
In 2014, Mustafa Dzhemilev tried to enter the territory of the peninsula, but the Russian border guards told him he was prohibited to cross the border of the Russian Federation until 2019. Later, the Kiev District Court of Simferopol arrested Dzhemilev in absentia and launched criminal proceedings against the leader of the Crimean Tatar people under three Sections of the Criminal Code.
According to Dzhemilev’s lawyer Mark Feigin, so far, "no one has seen the paper banning Dzhemilev from entering Crimea."
In preparation for the court hearing, a representative of the Russian Federal Security Service said that as of now the information on the secrecy of the document requested is being specified.