Activists hang banners near Kremlin calling to find Crimean human rights activist Ibragimov11.10.2016 12:54 260
The activists have hung banners with photos of missing Crimean Tatar human rights activist Ervin Ibragimov and the call "Find Ervin!" near the Kremlin premises in Moscow.
Ukrainian MP, leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev and Deputy Information Policy Minister of Ukraine Emine Dzheppar posted this on their Facebook pages.
"Right in Moscow, close to Kremlin, activists placed posters with the photo of a missing Crimean Tatar human rights activist Ervin Ibragimov to draw attention of the international community to the kidnappings and murders of the Crimean Tatars in Crimea," Dzheppar wrote.
She urged spreading this video: "Help those who may be still alive to return home to their families! Share this video to make this call loud!"
In addition, the activists created a website, which also provides information on other missing Crimean Tatars and a call for help in their search.
May 25, former city council member, member of the regional Mejlis Ervin Ibragimov went missing. A video showing his abduction later appeared on the Internet.