ROSTOV-ON-DON (QHA) -

Crimean Tatar prisoner of the Kremlin and human rights activist Emir-Usein Kuku, who is in jail in Rostov-on-Don, RF, wrote a letter to his wife Meryem. In the letter, Emir-Usein Kuku asks God to reward those who support him, as cited by the NGO Crimean Solidarity on Facebook.

In the letter, Kuku notes that he never stops to thinking about his family.

“All the time I think what are you doing at the moment? How are you standing up without me for the third year running? ... All the hope is for Allah. Being here (in such places), one especially sharply understands that money, and in general – anything material - means so little. Give my regards and Selam to everyone! And to everyone who helps, supports morally, materially and legally! May Allah protect and reward you, the children and everyone I've listed above! Amen!” The Crimean Tatar wrote.

Reference: Today is the 23rd day of the hunger strike of a prisoner of the Kremlin.

Earlier, the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Akhtem Chiygoz, said that the state of health of Emir-Usein Kuku is of great concern because he is on a hunger strike during his prison stage transfer.

According to him, the prison stage in practice means torture.

The human rights activist coordinator of "Crimea-SOS" Tamila Tasheva at a press conference in Kyiv stated that in Rostov prison they are trying to kill Kuku.

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