In the village of Stroganovka of Simferopol district of Russia-occupied Crimea disappeared three years Musa

Photo: Crimean solidarity / Facebook

The older sister of the missing three years of Musa – the son of civil arrested journalist Ruslan Suleymanov, who last saw the child, said that the family does not exclude the version about abduction. On 25 July, the Public radio the human rights activist told Lottie Dudieva.

“Now it cannot be excluded categorically. There are certain circumstances that allow human rights activists, and law enforcement agencies to investigate this version,” said Dudieva.

She said that on the video no clue about the circumstances of the disappearance of the child.

“If he went somewhere or moved independently through the village, it would be recorded on any video. But, unfortunately, it is not confirmed anywhere that gives reason to think that the child has taken on some cars. This version is considered as one of the possible” – said human rights activist.

According to the defenders of the “Crimean solidarity,” which are live at organized staff, the search for the child continues.

“At 16.00, arrival in search of Musa arranged a 20-seater bus that takes people to the headquarters and then they’ll drive back” – say in the organization.

Sevastopol has left people with the most powerful imager in the Crimea, added there.

Yesterday it was reported that in the village of Stroganovka of Simferopol district of Russia-occupied Crimea disappeared three years Musa.

Human rights “of the Crimean solidarity” was informed that the child was playing in the sandbox near the house on the street Azatlyk, 8. The last time he was seen yesterday at about 18.00. Since the disappearance of the child on the spot searches Musa gathered about 700 people. The people dispersed in a radius of five kilometers from the village, but the results were not.

March 27, 2019, Russian security forces conducted mass searches in the homes of Crimean Tatars in the occupied Crimea. In FSB of the Russian Federation stated that it had detained 20 participants of organization “Hizb ut-Tahrir”, which Russia considers a terrorist. “Crimean solidarity” said that some Crimean Tatars during the search was planted forbidden literature. Nine detainees, including Suleymanov, were arrested 27 March, 11 – March 28.

In June 2020 Suleymanov was placed in a Crimean hospital clinical psychiatric hospital in Simferopol. There he was diagnosed with heart disease.