On Thursday, May 26, the so-called Court of Appeal of the Supreme Court of Crimea changed the verdict against the leader of the Crimean Tatar people, Mustafa Dzhemilev. This was announced by lawyer Nikolai Polozov.
The so-called Supreme Court of the occupied Crimea decided that on charges of negligent possession of firearms, the punishment should be 20,000 rubles fine.
On charges of illegal possession of ammunition – 1 year in prison.
On charges of illegally crossing the state border of the Russian Federation – 3 years in prison.