(QHA) -

Another Crimean Tatar detained in Crimea for his participation in peaceful action May 3, when thousands Crimean Tatars arrived at Ukrainian-Crimean border to meet Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev, who was banned on entry Crimea for 5 years.

The report comes hours after Musa Apkerimov, 24, reported detained in temporary detention facility of Russian Federal Security Service in Simferopol, waiting for judicial restraint.

Dozens of Crimean Tatars were forced to pay fines for their participation in May 3 action, when thousands Crimean Tatars came to Chongar checkpoint, Ukrainian-Crimean border, to meet their leader Mustafa Jemilev.

Crimea seceded from Ukraine following local referendum on region's status and was annexed by Russia in March, a move that is recognized "illegitimate" by Kyiv.