Punitive practice in the "best" Soviet traditions - Foreign Ministry on forced referral of Dzhelyalov to a mental hospital
First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar called the decision of the Russian investigation to transfer Nariman Dzhelyalov, arrested in the occupied Crimea, to a psychiatric hospital "punitive practice in the best Soviet traditions".
In the temporarily occupied Crimea, Nariman Jelal was unjustifiably and forcibly sent to a psychiatric hospital for a so-called “psychological and psychiatric examination. It will last more than 20 days. Punitive practice in the "best" Soviet traditions", - Emine Dzheppar wrote on Twitter.
What is known
- Mykola Polozov, a lawyer, informed that the arrested deputy head of the Crimean Tatar People's Majlis, Nariman Dzhelyalov, had not received any letters. He suggested that this may be due to the work of "censors".
- On September 3 and 4, five Crimean Tatars were detained in Simferopol and Yevpatoria: businessman Eldar Adamanov, brothers Aziz and Asan Akhtemov, Shevket Useinov, and Nariman Dzhelyalov, deputy chairman of the Crimean Tatar People's Majlis, on suspicion of blowing up a gas pipeline in the village.
- Nariman Dzhelyalov, arrested in occupied Simferopol, is being held in the worst conditions - a lawyer.