On Tuesday, February 20, the houses of four Crimean Tatars in the village Octyabr of Dzhankoy region were visited by an officer of the so-called criminal investigation department and conducted explanatory talks with them. The basis for this was their participation in the meeting of the “Crimean solidarity” in Sudak, – reports “Crimean solidarity”.
"Asanov Osman, Asanov Usein, Saitov Smail and Ayar Server live next door. Today a criminal investigation officer came to them … Explanatory work was conducted with them, after which the officer asked the guys to sign the paper, but all four refused", – reported the activists.
Reference: on January 27, Russian security officers disrupted the meeting of the public association "Crimean solidarity", which was held in Sudak. Police officers referred to the "message" about alleged probability of finding weapon and forced all present to provide their passport data . In addition, all activists were photographed.