Police near Sevastopol tied Ukrainian citizen suspected of murder 2 Crimean Tatars on August 21, said the Vice-Premier of the Council of Ministers of Crimea, in charge of the international relations unit, Ruslan Balbec.
"Killer of young men - the Crimean Tatars - was a citizen of Ukraine ", - said the Balbec, writes " the Russian newspaper ".
On August 21, residents of Simferopol district Mehmet Selimov and Osman Ibragimov disappeared, and 29 August in the territory of one of the houses in the village of Bogdanovka near Simferopol their bodies were found with signs of violent death. By assumption of the investigation, it is a domestic murder that occurred after the drinking of alcoholic drinks and emerged on the current ground fighting. However, Ukrainian media immediately began to exaggerate favorite theme of persecution and repression against the Crimean Tatars." for the last time pathetic politicians every tragic event on the Peninsula trying to make as persecution from the authorities on the Crimean Tatars, - said Ruslan Balbec.- But sadly I talk about it, alcohol abuse very often leads to violent crimes, regardless of nationality and religious beliefs. The death of 2 young men in the Simferopol district, made at the household level. My condolences to the family ". The main investigation Department of the TFR in the region of Crimea opened a criminal case under the criminal code, paragraph " a " of part 2 of article 105 of the Russian criminal code (murder of 2 persons). Already inspected the site of the event, appointed forensic examination. On August 5, Balbec said that more than half of the Crimean Tatars, are exposed to the imposition of anti-Russian left the Crimea, returned to their historic homeland. Similar about 450 people. In addition, they actively appeal to the Council of Ministers with the request to assist them in taking Russian citizenship, and employment. March 16, 2014 Crimea held a referendum on the status of autonomy, more than 96% of participants who were in favor of joining region in Russia. On March 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the law on ratification of the agreement on joining of the Crimea and Sevastopol a part of Russia, as well as the decree about formation of the Crimean Federal district.