Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the compulsory transfer of Dzhelyalov to a mental hospital: punitive practice in the “best” Soviet traditions
The day before, lawyer Nikolai Polozov announced that the occupants had transferred Nariman Dzhelyalov from the pre-trial detention center to the department of a psychiatric hospital.Nariman Dzhelyalov faces from 12 to 15 years in prison / photo facebook.com/dogrujol
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine called the compulsory transfer to a mental hospital of the first deputy chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Nariman Dzhelyalov, who was arrested in Crimea, as a punitive practice in the “best” Soviet traditions.
First Deputy Foreign Minister Emine Dzhaparova wrote about this on Twitter .
“In the temporarily occupied Crimea, Nariman Dzhelyalov was unreasonably and forcibly sent to a psychiatric hospital for undergoing the so-called” psychological and psychiatric examination. “
As UNIAN reported earlier, on October 9, lawyer Nikolai Polozov said that the Russian invaders had taken Dzhelyalov from the pre-trial detention center to the department of a psychiatric hospital , where an inpatient psychological and psychiatric examination was carried out in relation to persons under investigation who were in custody. The examination itself will last from 21 to 28 days.
He also recalled that earlier Nariman Dzhelyalov refused to undergo a psychiatric examination, since there were no grounds for her appointment.
Nikolai Polozov also said that the defense would appeal against the illegal procedural decision of the investigation to send Dzhelyalov to a hospital in a psychiatric clinic.
Repression of Russian invaders in Crimea
On September 3-4, in the occupied Crimea, FSB officers detained five Crimean Tatars : Nariman Dzhelyalov, Eldar Odamanov, Aziz Akhtemov, Asan Akhtemov and Shevket Useinov. According to human rights activists, they were detained allegedly in connection with the explosion of a gas pipeline in the village of Perevalnoye, Simferopol region.
On the facts of searches and detentions of Crimean Tatars, the prosecutor’s office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol opened proceedings under Part 2 of Art. 162 (violation of the inviolability of the home) and Part 2 of Art. 146 (Illegal deprivation of liberty) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke out in defense of the illegally detained Crimean Tatars.
On September 4, the Crimean Human Rights Group issued an urgent statement about the abduction of five Crimean Tatars . It contains a demand for Russia, as an occupying state, to immediately release the illegally detained and a request to foreign states and international organizations to express a strong protest against the actions of the Russian Federation and to impose personal sanctions against persons involved in the searches, detentions and abductions of Crimean residents.
Nariman Dzhelyalov, Aziz Akhtemov and Asan Akhtemov were suspected of committing a crime by the Russian invaders , which falls under part 1 of Article 281 “Sabotage” of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and provides for a sentence of imprisonment from 12 to 15 years.