Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry voices protest over illegal searches and detention of two Crimean Tatars by occupiers

Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry voices protest over illegal searches and detention of two Crimean Tatars by occupiers

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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry has expressed its protest over illegal searches and detentions of two Crimean Tatars in the occupied Crimea.

Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry Mariana Betsa wrote this on Twitter.

"Again illegal searches in Crimea. Relatives of political prisoner Nuri Primov were detained. We voice our protest. We will hand over the facts of crimes of the Russian Federation to international courts," she wrote.

As Ukrinform reported, on Thursday, May 10, two Crimean Tatars, the cousins of political prisoner Nuri Primov, were detained in the occupied Crimea after searches.

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