In the Simferopol detention center, where the Crimean Tatar activist Edem Bekirov is being held, a measles epidemic is observed. The Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada for Human Rights Lyudmila Denisova reported on the situation. The Ombudsperson noted that due to the lack of immunity, the probability of Bekirov being infected is very high, and all patients with measles from the detention center are placed in the medical unit where the political prisoner stays. Denisova believes that his further stay in the detention center is extremely dangerous. I appealed to Tatyana Moskalkova, Human Rights Commissioner in the Russian Federation in pursuance of the decision of the ECHR to hospitalize Edem Bekirov without delay in a non-prisoner-type hospital and informed her about the measles epidemic in the Simferopol detention center, which is life-threatening for the Crimean Tatar, - the Ukrainian Ombudsperson stressed. According to her, Bekirov’s lawyers also made sure that he was taken out for a short-term examination in order not to comply with the decisions of the ECtHR, which on June 12 obliged Bekirov to be hospitalized immediately to an inpatient hospital to provide him with qualified medical assistance. https://www.facebook.com/denisovaombudsman/posts/2745597698846295?__xts__=68.ARAUcRf8C7RYCmgc2F8aUuaAz6w0gUW8aQ3yua_XhHImK8DLBtarBi5Jl12WRcgrDeRKVawG9GVxef4TWyM38dPgHHhAGiTJ_01dbiWGRRcxQWd7mx1rdqp9qiYuiyEHZfaMH8eDr9uFibc3ttLIkibzzy23bhK0YzFIU_AxwfcthUPkFdtQHr5Kb6v9pjJv00vptjV9knuXkDXP4Boa7uyeJ3QscOZCnNwTVVVDU0n87XiILPWsb83ZeNb7aKgsIl1sunWu01k40rNbYn4GjvpFXmn6sPxnfX7Uc62tFlzql_QeqOpjNpwi42Q9pB8-iTzIHrkIUxl6C1YlLG2iJw&__tn__=-R QHA media wrote that the European Court of Human Rights obliged the Russian Federation to urgently place the Crimean Tatar activist Edem Bekirov in the hospital. According to Rule 39 of the ECtHR Regulations, which was applied in relation to Bekirov, the Russian authorities are obliged to immediately place him in a hospital of non-prison type. Edem Bekirov was detained by Russian security forces at the entrance to the Crimea on the morning of December 12, 2018. He stated that he was going to the peninsula to visit a 78-year-old mother and relatives. The next day, the Kiev District Court of Simferopol arrested Bekirov. FSB charges him with the storage and transfer of explosives and ammunition. On June 6, the Kiev District Court extended the arrest to Edem Bekirov until August 12. Protection requires placing him under house arrest due to deterioration of health. Bekirov is sick with diabetes. The level of sugar in his blood in fact does not decrease, and insulin, which is injected several times a day, does not help.