Crimean Tatars leader's son allowed by court to leave Russia

Crimean Tatars leader's son allowed by court to leave RussiaRussian Astrakhan court decided to repeal the administrative supervision of the son of the leader of Crimean Tatars Mustafa Dzhemilev Haisser Dzhemilev, that will allow him to leave Russia. This was announced by the lawyer of Dzhemilev Nikolai Polozov in Facebook and published the scan of the court decision.

"The decision to impose an administrative supervision on Haisser Dzhemilev was cancelled. The key argument is his recognition by the Russian Federation as the citizen of Ukraine. The phrase in the document "After serving sentence Haisser Dzhemilev has no legal grounds to stay on the territory of Russian Federation and has to leave to a foreign country,” adds us a cautious optimism," wrote Polozov.

All is left now is to meet Dzhemilev in the colony, Polozov added.

The term of sentence of Haisser Dzhemilev ends on Saturday, November 26, but according to Russian laws, he is to be released on the last working day before the end of the term, that is, on Friday, November 25.

Haisser’s wife and mother will come to Astrakhan on November 25 and they will decide where he should return after his release. Among the options they consider Ukrainian consular service in case if Dzhemilev will not be allowed to go to Ukraine. Dzhemilev can stay at the consulate until all problematic issues are resolved.

Haisser Dzhemilev was found guilty of murder by the negligence of a family friend Fevzi Edemov with parents’ gun in 2013.

Earlier Russian Court refused to suspend the ban on entry to Crimea for Mustafa Dzhemilev. His lawyer intended to appeal against the decision of Moscow City Court to Russia's Supreme Court.
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