The mother of the Ukrainian political prisoner involved in the contrived "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case, Nuri Primov said that she decided to go on a hunger strike, because she was afraid for her son's life, the public association Crimean Solidarity reported on Facebook.
The mother of the political prisoner noted that she applied to the Kremlin-controlled department of the FSB in the occupied Crimea, where they said that they would consider her application within a month.
“I cannot wait for a month, I am a disabled person of the second category, I have a million diseases, I hardly walk at all.”
Raime has been on hunger strike for the second day.
“I do not know how this will affect me, I'm very scared, but I decided to take this step, because I'm very afraid for the life of my son.”
QHA reported that the mother of political prisoner Nuri Primov went on a hunger strike with a demand to include her son in the lists for the exchange of political prisoners. The woman is 68 years old. She is a person with disability of the second category (she has one kidney). In addition, the mother of the political prisoner was diagnosed with a serious liver disease.
Reference: January 23, 2015 Ruslan Zeytullaev, Rustem Vaitov, Yuri (Nuri) Primov and Ferat Sayfullaev were detained in the Crimea. They were accused of involvement in the organization banned in Russia, "Hizb ut-Tahrir." Since June 1, their case was considered in the North Caucasus District Military Court of Russia. On September 7, 2016, Nuri Primov was sentenced to five years in a general-regime colony.