The North Caucasian District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, has imprisoned Nariman Medemininov, Crimean Tatar journalist and Crimean Solidarity activist, for two and a half years, according to the information on the public page Graty.
Nariman Medemininov will serve his sentence in a colony settlement.
The court found him guilty of public calls for terrorist activities and, in addition to a sentence of imprisonment, banned Medemininov from administering websites for two years.
Judge Igor Kostin announced the verdict, A. Aydinov, who on September 27, demanded a six-year sentence to Medeminov, was the prosecutor in the case against the Crimean Tatar journalist. The interests of the journalist were represented by lawyer Edem Semedlyaev.
In order to support their compatriot, several Crimean Tatars arrived in Rostov.