On Monday, January 13, Russian border guards at the Kalanchak checkpoint detained Gulsum Alieva, the daughter of the political prisoner Muslim Aliev. Her mother Nadzhie Adzhi-Mamutova (Alieva) was also detained, but the woman was released after the so-called conversation, while Gulsum was taken to the so-called police department of the city of Armyansk. The aforementioned was reported by Crimean Solidarity group.
It is reported that women went to Kherson to obtain medical documents and receive healthcare services.
“Nadzhie Alieva was released after the so-called conversation, Gulsum Alieva was taken to the police station of Armyansk from the checkpoint,- the statement outlined.
We remind that on July 19, 2018, Russian security forces searched the dwelling of the political prisoner in the so-called Hizb ut-Tahrir case defendant Muslim Aliev. A protocol was drawn up for his eldest daughter, Gulsum Alieva. She was charged under Article 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Inciting ethnic hatred”). On January 25, the so-called Alushta City Court, at the request of a lawyer Oleksii Ladin, terminated the criminal case against her due to the decriminalization of anti-extremist legislation.
On June 11, 2019, Russian border guards detained the Crimean Tatar activist Gulsum Alieva on the administrative border with occupied Crimea. She was taken to the police station in Armyansk. After drawing up the delivery protocol, she was released. The reason for the detention was that Alieva was wanted at the initiative of the FSB investigator Oleksandr Kompaneitsev.