Crimean prosecutor’s office investigating 30 missing person cases
The Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea is investigating 30 cases of human disappearances in the peninsula, occupied by Russia.
The prosecutors took into account the appeal of MP Mustafa Dzhemilev about the disappearance of 20 Crimean Tatars, the press service of the prosecutor’s office informs.
“Currently, the pre-trial investigation continues within nearly 30 criminal cases. The measures, provided for by the legislation, are taken to establish the location of the missing citizens of Ukraine and to bring the perpetrators to justice,” reads the statement.
The prosecutor’s office also adds that they are ready to receive information from the other sources.
As reported, the activists created the interactive map of human rights violations in Crimea.