On February 20, in the village of Oktyabr in Dzhankoy district of the occupied Crimean, a "criminal investigation officer" visited the houses of four Crimean Tatars, the public association Crimean Solidarity reported on Facebook.
“Osman Asanov, Usein Asanov, Smayl Saitov and Server Ayar live next door. Today a criminal investigation officer came to them. The reason for the visit was that on January 27, 2018, they attended the meeting of Crimean Solidarity which took place in Sudak.”
The so-called criminal investigation officer carried out an "explanatory work" with the Crimean Tatars. The activists noted that they were asked to sign a document, but they all refused.
QHA reported that the security forces in the occupied Crimea in Sudak forced activists from the Crimean Solidarity public association to provide their passport data while holding them in the premises where the organization's meeting took place.
Reference: January 27, in the occupied Crimea in the city of Sudak, a police squad arrived at a meeting of the Crimean Solidarity NGO. According to the security forces, the reason for their arrival was information about the presence of weapons in the premises where the meeting of the public association was taking place. They added that the meeting was taking place in the "border zone" and this had to be coordinated with the so-called authorities.