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 Commercial facilities of Crimean Tatar businessmen set on fire on the occupied peninsula - Human rights activists

Commercial sites of Crimean Tatar entrepreneurs are being burned in occupied Crimea.

This was stated by coordinator of the Committee for Protection of rights of the Crimean Tatar people, member of the Majlis Eskender Bariiev on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.

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"In Crimea, commercial sites of Crimean Tatar entrepreneurs are set on fire. In the past few days in the village of Rybache of the town of Alushta, seven private commercial facilities have been torched: a hotel, cafe Ai-Petri, cafe Uyut, a bazaar, retail outlets and four cars owned by businessmen who are Crimean Tatars," he said.


 
 
 
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