On Thursday, February 2, in the village of Boiove, Henichesk District, Russian security forces abducted two brothers Batiukh Vadym (born 10/16/1978) and Batiukh Fedir (07/10/1975), as well as their neighbor Oleh Zarenskyy.
As it became known to the Crimean Tatar Resource Center, on February 2, a raid was carried out in the village of Boiove, Henichesk district. About 10 cars arrived. Everyone was looking for some kind of weapon, searched houses, turned over personal belongings, beat someone, and 3 people were kidnapped and taken to an unknown direction.
Relatives of Vadym and Fedir tried to find them, but nothing came of it. In the basements of school 17 in the town of Henichesk, where the occupants conduct interrogations and torture people, they were not there. Perhaps they are at the Priboy base, but they also do not give any specific answers there.
Also, probably, three men could have been taken to the occupied Crimea.
The Crimean Tatar Resource Center is already preparing a statement to the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances.
Recall that, according to the information of the Crimean lawyers, from 50 to 100 citizens of Ukraine are kept in the Simferopol pre-trial detention center, who were captured by the Russian army or special services in the occupied territories of Ukraine and taken to Crimea. There is still no connection with all these detainees.