Another Crimean Tatar disappeared in occupied Crimea
Another Crimean Tatar disappeared in Russian-occupied Crimea.
As reported by the Crimean Tatar newspaper Avdet.
It is noted that a resident of the Korbek (Izobil’ne) village, which is in the Alushta city district, Rustem Osmanov disappeared when he was on his way home. He has not contacted his family for more than three days now.
The last time he talked with his relatives was three days ago, when he was driving up to his home. He said that he was driving with someone by car and that he will call them back once he was home. However, the young man has not reached his home and has not contacted the relatives since.
Osmanov’s relatives ask for help.
As a reminder, cases of people disappearances have increased in Crimea after the annexation, mostly among the Crimean Tatars. At the same time, the Russian-backed Investigative Committee of Crimea asserts that “there are no mass disappearances of the Crimean Tatars on the peninsula”.
According to the activists, since the Russian annexation of Crimea, 44 residents of Crimea have disappeared. 17 people were found, 19 are still regarded as missing, 6 were found dead and two more are in the places of detention.