On October 3, the Kyiv District Court of the occupied Simferopol chose a measure of restraint against one of the Crimean Tatars detained on October 2 - Seyran Mustafayev, suspected of extremism, the QHA correspondent reports.

The prosecution requested a preventive measure in the form of house arrest until November 29. Judge Victor Mozhelyansky granted this request. Mustafayev’s defence accepted the decision of the court.


Earlier, QHA reported that all Crimean Tatars detained on October 2 in Crimea - Renat Suleymanov, Arsen Kubedinov, Seyran Mustafayev and Talyat Abdurakhmanov - were taken to the FSB office in Simferopol. Three lawyers came to the detainees - Edem Semedlyaev, Emil Kurbedinov and Mammet Mambetov, who were present during the interrogation.

Russian media reported that the detained Crimean Tatars are part of the extremist organization Tablighi Jamaat.