One of the initiators of the blockade of the Crimean Peninsula to the Russian businessman Lenur Islyamov against which a criminal case under the criminal code, it is assumed to be responsible for extremist activities against Russia, said Last news the head of the state Committee of the government of Crimea on international relations and deported the Inhabitants Zaur Smirnov.
in September the activists of the banned in Russia as extremist movement "Right sector" and other Ukrainian organizations at the initiative of the deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Refat Chubarov, Mustafa Jemilev and the owner of the Crimean Tatar channel ATR Lenur Islyamov, who left the Crimean Peninsula after reunification with Russia, has blocked delivery of items to the Crimea.
review Smirnov, the criminal case was the result of "extremist and terrorist activities" Islyamov, who "called to the violation of the territorial integrity" of Russia, " urged the Crimean people to resist and to defy the Russian authorities "." His work specifically is also linked to the undermining of the Ukrainian towers that transmit electricity to the Crimea, and overlapping transportation routes on the Peninsula, " - said Smirnov.
according to His statement, the businessman within the Russian Federation belongs to several organizations." according to our information, these assets islyamov finances blockade of the Crimean region ", - noted Smirnov. As before said Last news a source in law enforcement bodies, from the very dawn Monday in all the Crimean companies owned by Islamova, is being searched.
He added that islyamov is the owner of the Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR, which broadcasts from Ukraine and broadcast blatant lies regarding Crimea, with the aim to destabilize the interethnic situation in the region.
"The power of anyone, under any circumstances will not give the ability to undermine inter-ethnic and inter-confessional situation in Crimea, and will to preserve peace and stability and the most stringent legal measures ", - concluded the head of the Department.
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