The so-called frontier guards and district policemen, referring to order they had allegedly received, selectively check passports of the inhabitants in the Sovietsky district, QHA source reported from Crimea.

According to available information, the invaders have the order to check documents of 10 families, as the village is situated in the border zone.

Following the annexation of Crimea, systematic searches have been conducted in the houses of independent journalists, Crimean Tatar activists and members of the Mejlis.

Human rights defenders regularly inform international platforms about human rights violations in the Crimea.

The so-called "Hizb ut-Tahrir" case became a "calling card" of Federal Security Service in eleminating dissenting Muslims.

Russian security forces break into homes, conduct massive illegal searches and detentions under the pretext of suspicion in terrorism and call their repressive actions as a fight against extremism.