The head of the Board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, the head of the Department of Legal and Foreign Affairs of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Eskender Bariiev, in an interview with the Black Sea TV and Radio Company, spoke about repressions in the occupied Crimea during a full-scale war in Ukraine.
The head of the Board of the CTRC noted that Crimean Tatar and Ukrainian activists continue to be persecuted on the peninsula. The CTRC continues to record cases of searches, detentions, arrests, violations of the right to a fair trial, and so on.
In addition, Bariiev spoke about the resistance of the Crimeans in the face of a full-scale offensive by the Russian Federation. The expert cited as an example that activists are fighting against supporters of Z-fascism in the occupied Crimea, who stick the letter Z on their vehicles and thus support fascism and are participants in a crime against humanity.