Russian FSB ransacks Crimean hospital where belongings of Crimean Tatar writer are stored, krymr.com reports.
FSB officers have been ransacking a hospital in the village of Pionerskoye, Simferopol district, where personal belongings of famous Crimean Tatar writer Djengiz Dagji are stored.
FSB officers say there’s a provision on smuggling. They claim, criminal case has been initiated.
Djengiz Dagji died 5 years ago in England. His belongings were sent to Crimea by his Turkish friends to be stored by Crimea Foundation. It was planned to open a museum of the author of novels about tragic destiny of Crimean Tatar people.