This morning, July 19, FSB officers broke into the home of the Crimean Tatar, involved in the "Yalta group" case Muslim Aliyev, where security forces conduct searches, the Crimean Solidarity NGO reports.

According to human rights activists, more than 10 security officers are involved in the operation.

“About six employees are in the yard and about five are in the house. A minibus was parked near the house. After the arrest of Muslim Aliyev, his wife and children were left in the house alone,” human rights activists specified.

Crimean Solidarity published the first shots from the scene.

Reference: Muslim Aliyev is involved in the "Yalta group" case. He was detained on February 11, 2016, along with other Crimeans Enver Bekirov, Vadim Siruk, and Emir-Usein Kuku.

Reportedly, on June 28 in the Crimea in the house of Akhtem Mustafayev, the driver of the wife of the leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev, was also searched.