Today, September 27, Russian invaders are conducting a search in the house of the Chairman of the Sudak regional Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people and veteran of the Crimean Tatar movement Ilver Ametov. The head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Refat Chubarov informed on the incident. https://www.facebook.com/dogrujol/posts/2392076210887519 According to the public association Crimean Solidarity, the search takes place in two places at once: in Ametov’s house and in a cafe where his wife was at that moment. Both were presented a warrant to conduct a search in connection with a criminal case. https://www.facebook.com/crimeansolidarity/photos/a.415337212167074/934802736887183/?type=3&theater According to activist Elmaz Kyrymly, about 20 armed security officers are in Ametov’s house. According to eyewitnesses, security forces seize an ancient weapon from the house of Ametov, where the Crimean Tatar created a private ethnographic museum in which he has been collecting ancient artifacts for more than 20 years, including the tips of spears, arrows, axes and knives. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=535391577220563&id=100022491759799 Video shot near Ametov’s house also appeared on the network. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=535420217217699&id=100022491759799 After the search was completed, Ilver Ametov said that masked security forces had come to his house in the morning at 11 o’clock after he returned from the hospital, where the Crimean Tatar did an IV. Ametov said that he showed his documents to the security forces, who took some things from the museum, where he collects ancient artifacts. https://www.facebook.com/crimeansolidarity/videos/909007506141184/ They just want to scare us. Now they began to search the cafe,” he added. https://www.facebook.com/crimeansolidarity/videos/654526721708157/ On August 27, Russian security forces searched the family of a Crimean Tatar businessman and his parents in the village of Zuya. QHA media reported that on June 14, Russian security officials searched the house of Crimean Tatar Emirkhan Murtazayev in the village of Krasnovka, Simferopol District, after which he was detained. Murtazaev was released a little later because of his mental disorder. In total, during the first half of 2019, 55 searches were recorded in the occupied Crimea. As noted in the analysis by the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, human rights defenders learned about 69 cases of detentions and 97 interrogations, questioning and “conversations”.