Two days ago, Tair Seydametov was abducted by unknown persons in the village of Ukromnoye, Simferopol region.
In the Simferopol region of the temporarily occupied Crimea, unknown persons abducted the Crimean Tatar Tair Seydametov. This was reported by the public organization Crimean Solidarity on Sunday, March 19.
It is indicated that on March 17, Seydametov visited his cousin in the village of Ukromnoye.
“My cousin noticed that a passenger car, an SUV, was standing by the side of the road for a very long time … Tair ignored it. When his brother said that cars usually do not stand that long, a white, tinted Gazelle. immediately got on board, there were 6-7 people. A cousin came out and said to him: “Call Tahir.” At first he didn’t want to answer. Because of this, they said they knew Tahir was there, they presented themselves. evidence and Tahir came out. They made sure it was him, put him in the car “, – said Seydametova’s sister.
Around midnight, Tair Seydametov called his mother, saying that he “left for Sevastopol with an overnight stay and will be there in the morning.” However, he hasn’t come home yet.
The relatives of the Crimean Tatars wrote a statement to the FSB of the Russian Federation. And they said it will be considered within a month.
Recall that this week in Crimea, Russian security forces searched the house of an activist of the Crimean Tatar movement, civil journalist Rolan Osmanov, who lives in the village of Urozhaynoye, Simferopol region.
Earlier in Crimea, a search was held on the head of the Sudak Regional Majlis Ilver Ametov. The reason for the search is an “anonymous call”.
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