A Committee on Protection of Rights of Crimean Tatars has recently created in Crimea, a hot line of the committee has already been set up.
This was announced by the coordinator of the committee, Mejlis member Eskender Bariyev.
“The Committee on Protection of Rights of Crimean Tatars is setting up a hot line, which will work around the clock. One can call and report about the violation of the law on telephone numbers: + 7 (978) 055-99-69, +7 (978) 055-99-79, +7 (978) 055-99-89”.- Bariyev said, adding that the incidents will be added to a special list.
Our work is aimed at formatting the list of law violations, at fixing them. Even if one refuses to introduce himself and give his personal data, the incident will be fixed.
To recall, at least 7 Crimean Tatars had disappeared in recent months in Crimea.
23-year-old Eskender Apselamov was kidnapped on the night of October 3rd as he was on his way to work in the Crimea capital Simferopol. He has not been heard of since.
The latest incident comes after two Crimean Tatars Islam Dzhepparov, 19, and Dzhevdet Islamov, 23, from the city of Belogorsk were seized on September 27 by a group of unknown men in military uniform.
25-year-old Crimean Tatar, Edem Asanov, has been found dead in an abandoned sanatorium in Yevpatoria, a week after he disappeared on Sept 29.
In March, Crimean Tatar activist Reshat Ametov was also seized by unknown men and was later found dead.
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