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Occupants detained Edem Dudakov in Crimea after a search

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In the temporarily occupied Crimea, Russian security forces detained Edem Dudakov, a delegate of the Kurultai of the Crimean Tatar people and a member of the Kurultai’s Audit Commission, following a search.

The Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Refat Chubarov, reported this incident.

«Today in Bakhchisarai, at 4 am, the Russian occupiers forcibly entered the residence of Edem Dudakov, a delegate of the Kurultai of the Crimean Tatar people and a member of the Audit Commission of the Kurultai of the Crimean Tatar people», – the statement mentioned.

Following the search, Russian security forces transported Edem Dudakov to the FSB office in Simferopol.

It’s worth noting that in February 2022, in Bakhchisarai, agents from the so-called Centre for Countering Extremism conducted a search at Edem Dudakov’s residence and brought him to the police station. The basis for the search and detention was labeled as his «extremist statement» in the form of a comment under a post on social media. The specific content of his comment was not disclosed.

Edem Dudakov is known for publicly highlighting the destruction of the Khan’s Palace in Bakhchisarai by the occupying power, which resulted in structural damage after the so-called «restoration work».

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