Syr-bor broke out on May 2. Then Dzhemilev, who flew from Kiev, was denied entry to the Crimea and was not allowed on the flight to Simferopol. Nevertheless, Dzhemilev was not in a hurry to surrender, he began to act in a roundabout way. On Saturday, he attempted to drive to the Crimea by car in Armyansk.
However, as it is sung in one famous song, fate turned its backwards to him and there. The Russian military did not let Dzhemilev, who drove into the neutral zone, to the territory of the Crimea and did not allow the Tatars to meet him there.
The delegation was annoying. The crowd broke through the cordon. Surrounded by supporters, Cemilev approached the checkpoint, but the support of like-minded people was not enough, I had to return to Kiev.
Sergey Aksenov, and. head of the Crimea, on Friday said that Dzhemilev wanted to fly to the peninsula "in order to destabilize the situation." "There is no doubt that the Western special services have been given the task of destabilizing the situation for this person. We will not let anyone who comes to us with bad intentions here," he said.
Crimean Prosecutor Natalya Poklonskaya, in a video message posted on YouTube, called the protest actions of Dzhemilev's supporters "illegal public actions of an extremist nature connected with mass riots, blocking highways, and illegal crossing of the state border of the Russian Federation."
Crimean Prosecutor believes that a noisy rally on the extremist meeting was organized by the chairman of the Mejlis Refat Chubarov. No comments have been received from the TFR and the FSB yet.