Uzbekistan: Fear for safety / medical concern / incommunicado detention / possible prisoner of conscience: Ismail Adylov
Amnesty International is concerned for the safety of Ismail Adylov, detained by officers from the MInistry of Internal Affairs on 10 July 1999. His detention may be related to membership of the unregistered Independent Human Rights Organization of Uzbekistan and the democratic opposition movement Birlik (Unity). AI expresses concern about his detention and urges that his whereabouts immediately be established and made known and that he be allowed access to medical treatment.
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