Russian Court Sentenced Emil Ziyadinov, A Crimean Tatar, To 17 Years in Penal Colony

On April 19, the Southern Area Military Court in Rostov-na-Donu sentenced Mr.Emil Ziyadinov, a children’s coach, to 17 years in the maximum security penal colony, with serving the first four years in prison.

According to activist Ms.Mumine Salitieva, on March 15, prosecutor Igor Nadolinsky demanded that Emil Ziyadinov, a Crimean Tatar activist, be sentenced to 17 years in custody with serving the first three years in prison and restricting the freedom of movement for 1 year and 6 months after the release.

The Crimean Tatar activist is accused of organizing acts of terror in the territory of Crimea.

As reported, on July 7, 2020, the homes of seven Crimean Tatars: Emil Ziyadinov’s in the village of Oktyabrskoye, Krasnogvardeysky district, Ismet Ibragimov’s in the village of Kurtsy (Ukrayinka), Simferopolsky district, Alim Sufyanov’s in the village of Zaliznychne, Bakhchisaraysky district, Seyran Khayretdinov’s in the village of Bilokamyane, Bakhchisaraysky district, Oleksandr Sizikov’s in the village of Sevastianivka, Bakhchisaraysky district, Vadym Bektemyrov’s in the village of Kamyanka, Simferopolsky district, and Diliaver Memetov’s in Alushta.

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