Prosecutor’s office of Simferopol shouted a warning to chief editor of Crimean Tatar Avdet newspaper Shevket Kaybullaev for “extremism propaganda”.
“The prosecutor shouted me a warning, saying that our materials [materials of Avdet newspaper,-ed.] include information that cause interethnic tensions and are considered as “extremist activity”,- Kaybullaev said to QHA.
According to him, among the terms that are considered extremist are “annexation”, “occupation” and “temporary occupation of Crimea”.
“There were also pretentions to materials, concerning activity of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people and the Qurultay, where we used the terms, that are used all over the world. Prosecutor warned us, not to make actions that may raise interethnic tense.”- Kaybullaev noted.
Avdet newspaper is a press organ of Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people, being published from June 15, 1990.
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