May 3, in Russian city of St. Petersburg, the center "Open space at Dostoevsky, 34" will present two exhibitions, telling about the persecution of the Crimean Tatars: From deportation to current events. Human rights activist from Russia Aleksandra Krylenkova shared the corresponding information on Facebook.

She informed that the first exhibition will be devoted to the struggle of the Crimean Tatars for return from deportation. It includes materials from rallies, actions and shows the moments of reunion of the Crimean Tatars with their relatives.

The second exhibition is the photo work of the journalist of Radio Liberty, Anton Naumlyuk, who now lives and works in the Crimea occupied by Russia. The exhibition demonstrates today's persecution of the Crimean Tatars: lawsuits, searches, meetings from prisons and other.

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