The court upheld the ban on Dzhemilev’s entry to the occupied Crimea

Суд в РФ подтвердил запрет Джемилеву на въезд в оккупированный Крым

City court of Moscow upheld the decision of the occupation authorities of the Crimea on entry to the occupied Peninsula. This was reported by Dzhemilev’s lawyer, mark Feigin, reports “RIA Crimea”.

“The complaint we were denied. More can not explain anything as it is a secret and meaningless,” — said Feigin.

He also added that he intends to appeal the decision of the Moscow city court in the Supreme court of the Russian Federation.

February 12, Moscow’s Basmanny court refused to suspend a ban on entry in Russia, the leader of the Crimean Tatars.

Recall that in late October 2014, the lawyer Feygin has filed a lawsuit against Federal migration service in the interests of the leader of the Crimean Tatars Dzhemilev to invalidate the ban on entry to the Russian Federation, namely in the Crimea.

As reported, from April 2014, the leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev was banned to enter Crimea until 2019, a decree adopted by the occupation authorities Peninsula.

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