Allegedly, the activities of organization "Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami" banned in the Russian Federation was suppressed in the annexed Crimea, the Russian media reported with reference to the Kremlin-controlled local FSB department.

Most likely, is concerns the Crimean Tatar activists detained this morning during a search in Bakhchysarai.

The invaders initiated a criminal case against six Crimean Tatars, under Parts 1 and 2 of Art. 205.5 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation ("Organization of the activities of a terrorist unit and participation in the activities of such an organization").

Earlier today, in the Crimea, the invaders conducted regular searches in the homes of Crimean Tatars. According to the updated information, the searches took place in the houses of:
Suleiman Asanov (owner of the cafe "Salachyk") at the address Bakhchysarai, 9 Chepurina St.

Seyran Saliev (activist, who was searched for the third time) at the  address Bakhchysarai, 20 Mira st., apartment 60).

Timur Ibragimov (civil activist), searched at the address Bakhchysarai, 14, Mira st.

Server Zekerjayev, at the address Bakhchisaray, 16, Gordienko st. 

Memet Belyalov (who lives in the street next to Suleiman Asanov).

Source: TAS