Today, June 7, the Kremlin-controlled Simferopol district court will begin to consider the case against Ilmi Umerov, one of the leaders of the Crimean Tatar national movement. The meeting is scheduled for 14:30, the lawyer Emil Kurbedinov informed on Facebook.

"June 7:

- At 10.30 a.m. in the Kyiv district court of Simferopol, the arrest will be extended of five Simferopol guys in the "Hizb-ut Tahrir case";

- At 1:30 p.m. in Simferopol district court, the first hearing will start on the case against Ilmi Umerov, who is accused of separatism by Russia!"

Reference: May 12, 2016, the FSB in the Crimea initiated criminal case against the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov, under art. 280.1 for allegedly calling to actions that threaten the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation on the air of the ATR channel. Umerov stated that his words in the program had been interpreted incorrectly.

Umerov was issued a travel ban. To undergo a psychiatric examination Umerov was forcibly placed in a psychiatric hospital, where he experienced serious health problems. September 7, Russian occupants released Umerov from a psychiatric hospital, but later several times summoned him for questioning.

Earlier, the case against Ilmi Umerov was transferred to Judge Andrei Kulishov, who is wanted by law enforcement agencies of Ukraine on suspicion of high treason.

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