Sokhiba Burkhanova, who had been held in Russia for two years in a center where foreign citizens are kept, was finally able to leave Russia. It is reported by the Crimean solidarity.
“She was not expelled until the very end. The Southern District Military Court did not allow this, referring to the fact that the process against her husband is ongoing, and she is needed at the trial, because she is the representative of the accused”,- said Edem Semedliaiev.
According to lawyer Sokhiba Burkhanova, on April 2 she was officially expelled from the country. He learned about this when he visited her in the center of the Krasnodar Region. After signing all the documents, the next day the bailiffs took her to the Minvod airport, from where she flew to Tashkent.
“Sokhiba repeatedly asked to be sent home because it was unbearable for her to be in the center. Therefore, she did not begin to appeal the court’s decision and immediately flew to Uzbekistan. She arrived safely, her relatives met her. Currently, he is in his native Samarkand”,- he said.
We remind you that on May 11, in the occupied Crimea, in the village of Zavitne, Russian security forces came to the house of Nabi Rakhimov. His wife and two children were in the house. The woman Sohiba Burkhanova was taken to the migration department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the Soviet District, where a protocol was drawn up for violating the regime of residence in the Russian Federation. The court decided to deport the woman.
Later, the Russian security forces decided to conduct a search in Simferopol, in the Dubki microdistrict, where Nabi Rakhimov was probably located. During this search, the man was shot dead.