Lutfiie Zudiieva

The occupation authorities of the Crimea raided the house of the Crimean Tatar activist Lutfiie Zudiieva


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On February 22, Russian security forces detained Crimean Tatar human rights activist and “Crimean Solidarity” activist Lutfiie Zudiieva, and raided her house in the temporarily occupied Dzhankoi. This was reported on the Facebook page of the “Crimean Solidarity” public initiative.

The raid during which Russian security forces seized a video surveillance recorder, all phones, flash drives and a laptop occurred in the morning. Advocates Emil Kurbedinov and Edem Semedliaiev were not allowed to enter the house.


“At 6 am, I woke up to stomping. Looking at the camera, I realized it was law enforcement officers. Jumping over the fence, they opened the gate and entered the yard. They were knocking loudly on the door. I asked them to wait because we were getting dressed. They showed me a ruling of the Kyiv District Court that we would be searched. But in fact, they conducted a raid, they rummaged everywhere, made us pull out things to examine them,” said the activist’s husband, Seitasan Chykiiev.



After a raid of her home, Lutfiie Zudiieva was taken to the Russian illegal “Center for Countering Extremism” in Simferopol. The activist was held there until 12:00. Later, on her Twitter page, Lutfiie Zudiieva reported that in a few days, the occupying Russian authorities would try her under two administrative protocols drawn up by the so-called “Center for Countering Extremism”. They draw up the protocols under parts 2 and 2.1 of Article 13.15 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (abuse of the freedom of mass information).


“In a few days I will face trial according on two protocols drawn up by the Russian “Center for Combating Extremism”. My laptop and phone were taken away, but this will not stop me. I am grateful to everyone who worried about me and wrote words of support”, wrote Lutfiie Zudiieva on her Twitter page.


As has been reported, in August 2023, the law enforcement forces of the Russian occupation authorities of the Crimea massively arrested free listeners and journalists who came to the court hearing on the case of the Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Nariman Dzhelal and the Akhtemov brothers, whom the Russian authorities accuse of sabotage. Lutfiie Zudiieva was among the journalists.

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