SIMFEROPOL / AQMESCIT (QHA) -

The security forces searched the home of the activist of the Ukrainian Cultural Center in the occupied Crimea in Simferopol, Olga Pavlenko, in connection with the suspicion of having links with the "Right Sector", which is a banned organization in Russia, activist of the UCC in Simferopol Mikhail Batrak reported on his Facebook page.

“Investigative actions (search) is conducted at Olga’s home in connection with the suspicion of her and her family members of links to the "Right Sector" (organization banned in the Russian Federation). Investigation actions are carried out on the basis of the decision of the Kyiv district court of the city of Simferopol.”

Journalist Anton Naumlyuk in his Facebook post noted that the security forces had finished the search in the activist's house, having seized the equipment.

“The searching of the activist of the Ukrainian Cultural Center is over. The equipment was seized, she was not detained. Pavlenko refused to sign the protocol on the conduct of the search.”

QHA reported that Russian security forces came with a search to Olga Pavlenko. The activist was in the apartment with her husband.

QHA