Denisov called on the Council of Europe Commissioner for human rights delegate to a meeting of their representatives.
December 24, the Supreme court held a hearing to appeal the verdict, which convicted five of the Crimean Tatars in the alleged terrorism and extremism and sentenced them to imprisonment a total of 68 years.
This was reported by the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for human rights, Lyudmila Denisova.
Denisov called on the Council of Europe Commissioner for human rights Dunja Mijatovic to delegate representatives at the hearing indicated below to ensure compliance with a court guaranteed by the international norms of the rights and freedoms of the Crimean Tatars.
“Tribunal of the North Caucasian district military court convicted Crimean Tatars in the alleged terrorism and extremism – they are deprived of their liberty a total of 68 years,” wrote the Ombudsman in Facebook.
Denisov said that it is about five citizens of Ukraine, Teymur Abdullayev, Rustam Ismailov, the the Uzeyir Abdullayev, Emile and Eider Jamadaeva Saladino, who was wrongly imprisoned on trumped-up criminal case.
In the beginning of 2018, in violation of international law, they were taken from the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea to Rostov-on-don, and in June 2018 they were sentenced by the North Caucasus district military court. Teymur Abdullayev received 17 years of imprisonment, Rustam Ismailov is 14 years, Uzeyir Abdullayev is 13 years, Emil Ramadanov the eider of Salaidinov to 12 years of imprisonment, respectively.