Nariman Kadyrov, a veteran of the Crimean Tatar national movement, died in the village of Novoselvka in Simferopol region, Avdet newspaper reports.
Nariman Kadyrov was one of seven activists of the national movement who climbed to the top of Eklizi- Burun (the highest peak of Chatyr-Dag plateau) on May 20, 2006. It was the place where the tradition to honor the memory of the Crimean Tatars’ deportation victims (May 18) began.
The QHA news agency extends its deep condolences to the family members and close once of the activist.
Allah Rakhmet eylesin.
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