May 30. Crimean Tatar journalist Lilia Budzhurova received warning "about the inadmissibility of violation of the legislation about combating extremist activity". According to her, the reason for the notification was a call to help the children of prisoners of Muslims of Crimea. Budzhurova proposed to create a fund to help children of prisoners or an initiative group to communicate with relatives of prisoners to be able to help them constantly.
May 31. Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic will start work on a special mission to Crimea on the rights of journalists on the peninsula. It is planned to invite the International Federation of Journalists and other international media organizations to participate in the mission.
June 1. The North Caucasus District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don will begin consideration of the criminal case against four Crimeans accused of terrorism.
Four Crimeans accused on several points of the article "Organization of activities of a terrorist organization and participation in the activities of such organization", which provides up to 20 years in prison.
June 1. Russia's Supreme Court rejected consideration of the cassation appeal of political prisoner Oleg Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko against the sentence of the North Caucasus District Court. The decision to reject to consider an appeal against the sentence was made on the 30th of May by the judge of Military Collegium on criminal cases of the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation.
June 1. The Russian Ministry of internal policy, information and communication of Crimea sends letters to municipal institutions with a recommendation to refrain from trips to Ukraine.
Administrations of Crimean cities receive letters from the Russian Ministry of Internal Policy of Crimea, "about increase of the danger" for the Crimean people who travel to the mainland through the administrative border of Ukraine. The document says about the threat in connection with the alleged "extension of spheres of influence of Crimean Tatar extremists on Ukrainian check points".
June 2. Passport and work book of abducted Erwin Ibrahimov were found in Bakhchisaray. A local resident brought the documents to the police station. According to him, he had found the documents in the evening on May 31st near the "Arpat" bar: passport, work book and driving license.
June 3. The 14th UN report on the condition of human rights in Ukraine notes the continuation of violation the rights of people, especially the Crimean Tatars, in occupied Crimea.