The witnesses speak of five posters and one electronic screen located in prominent places of the city. There is Dzhemilev's quote under the photo of the former Crimean Mejlis chairman, where he accuses the Czech leader in the call to accept the occupation of Crimea.
"I stayed in prison for three years for the expression of disagreement with the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. Now the president of the Czech Republic encourages accepting the annexation of Crimea," the inscription on the billboards reads. Censor.NET reported earlier that Dzhemilev have passed to the General Prosecutor's Office the list with the names of 387 persons suspected of violating human rights in Crimea.