Police officers, who arrived to Crimean Tatar Musafir cafe to ‘investigate legality of enterprise activity of the cafe, visited two more cafes in Bakhchisaray, Crimea.
“The police took the documents and went away. They were probably acting on the instructions of somebody. They arrived to several cafes, all of which are owned by Crimean Tatars - deputy of Bakhchisaray city administration Mustafa Mustafaev said to QHA correspondent. The documents were examined in the presence of gunmen. There were about 25-30 gunmen in the car”.
To recall, masked policemen together with Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) officers arrived to Crimean Tatar Musafir cafe in Bakhchisaray, to investigate “illegal enterprise activity”.
Commenting the situation, deputy head of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Ahtem Chiygoz said “it is pressing of Crimean Tatars”.