Russia/Ukraine: Further information: Detained rights defender must be released: Server Mustafayev
Crimean human rights defender Server Mustafayev has recovered from a viral respiratory infection he suffered for almost a month. During his illness he received inadequate medical care and he continued to be brought to appear in court. His trial before a Russian military court has been adjourned and he remains in detention. Server Mustafayev’s health remains frail which makes him more vulnerable to COVID-19. He is a prisoner of conscience and should be immediately and unconditionally released.
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