Guriy Kornilev, a scientist from the occupied Yalta who refused to obtain a Russian passport, was summoned "for a conversation" in the FSB, according to the Crimean Human Rights group.
“On Monday, February 27 at 10:00 a.m. I have an unusual event: I was summoned to the FSB Border management in Simferopol (27 Fedotov Street) "to answer some questions." The reason was not specified, and they even refused to introduce themselves (not "a telephone conversation" they said.)” Korniliev informed.
According to the Human Rights group, in 2014 Korniliev openly expressed his pro-Ukrainian position and reported in writing to his colleagues, scientists from Russia and the countries of the Customs Union, which were to come to the Crimea at the International Conference, about an open military intervention by Russian troops in the Crimea. The Crimean refused Russian citizenship and got residence permit to stay in Crimea.
Earlier, QHA reported that in the morning of February 26, four of the ten Crimean Tatars were released, who were previously illegally detained during a search of Marlen Mustafayev in Kamenka.