Germany calls on Russia to release prisoners in the occupied Crimea Umerov and semen

The German government has condemned the sentencing in the temporarily occupied Crimea illegal convictions, Deputy Chairman of the Majlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov and journalist of “Radio Liberty” Nicholas the Seed.

About it the Deputy of the official representative of the government of Germany Ulrike Demmer said at a press conference in Berlin on 29 September, writes Deutsche Welle.

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”These sentences fill us with a deep sense of concern, as they once again confirm the validity of the report of the UN high Commissioner on human rights of 25 September about the deplorable situation with human rights in the illegally annexed by Russia Crimea”, – said Demmer.

She drew attention to the fact that both sentences were handed down by Russian courts which had no right to make decisions in Crimea.

”The Federal government calls for the release of detainees,” said Demer.

We will remind, the Simferopol district court, which is controlled by Russia, on Wednesday, September 27, issued a verdict in the trial of one of the leaders of the Crimean Tatar national movement Ilmi Umerov. Umarova sentenced to two years in colony-settlement. Russian occupation authorities in Crimea accused Umerov extremism. To such conclusion employees of FSB have come across statements by the Deputy Chairman of the Majlis of the channel ATR.

In turn, occupation “Railway court of Simferopol recognized Ukrainian journalist, correspondent of “Radio Liberty” Nicholas Simon guilty in incitement to separatism, he sentenced him to 2.5 years of imprisonment conditionally.

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28 Sep, 08:48