In the Kremlin-controlled Supreme Court of the occupied Crimea a session was held to consider the appeal of the Crimean Tatar activist Ismail Ramazanov, Facebook user Alyona Savchuk reported on her page.

“Preventive measure against Ismail Ramazanov was upheld - he was left in custody until February 21,” she wrote.

She noted that at 5:00 am Ramadanov's detention term was to expire, since a person can be detained without being charged for 10 days after detention.

“The time of detention according to the protocol was 14:51 on January 23. That is, today at 5:00 am he was to be released from the detention center. At 14:51 the longest, regardless of the outcome of the appeal.”

Earlier, the occupiers arrested Crimean Tatar Ismail Ramazanov for 30 days.

Reference: On January 23 in the occupied Crimea (the village of Novy Mir) Ismail Ramazanov disappeared.
Prior to that, his house was searched, after which he was taken away by intelligence officers.

Later Ramazanov was taken by the Russian security forces to the temporary detention facility at Franko Boulevard, 44 in Simferopol.