Editor Centre for investigative journalism " Natalia Kokorin and her lawyer Cemil Timishev left the building of the FSB in the Crimea, the interrogation correspondent lasted about six hours.
As stated Kokorin outlet, she was summoned for questioning as a witness in a criminal case, according to a report on the Internet representation of the " Center ". According to her lawyer, for example, the story is about the material of the battalion " Crimea ", which is regarded As the " public call for the implementation of actions aimed at violating the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation ". The result produced the seizure of certain documents, as well as laptop correspondent, said the lawyer. Before the last working day of the week it was announced that in the Crimea editor "Centre for investigative journalism" Natalia Coconino Employees of the FSB brought from the house and drove away, according to one version, the management agencies in the area. It claimed that in the morning on the last working day of the week in Simferopol, in the apartment at the place of residence of the editor of the "Center for investigative journalism" Natalia Cokorinos Employees of the FSB conducted a search. In addition, it claimed that on the morning of the same day, the FSB conducted a search in the Crimean parents 'apartment of the writer and the former editor of the Centre for investigative journalism" Anna Andrievsky, which already does not live in the Crimea. The basis for the initiation of the case, As reported by the journalist herself, As if it is material about volunteers battalion of the Crimea." The centre for investigative journalism " actively worked in the Crimea during the period when the region was part of Ukraine. The magazine did not recognize the connection of the Crimea with Russia, in the publications of the Centre for investigative journalism "of the Crimea to Russia referred to as "occupation," reports the news Agency ". Projects are implemented with the assistance of international programs and donors: Agency for international development (USAID), international Fund " Vidrodzhennia ", SCOOP - Network of investigative journalists in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The project Manager, Editor-in - Valentina Samar.