Fearing torture in the homeland of the Uzbek gay will be deported from Russia


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Zyuzinsky district court of Moscow decided to expel from Russia 23-year-old gay man from Uzbekistan by the name of Rustam for violations of immigration laws. He feared that at home he will be put in prison or tortured because of his sexual orientation. This was reported in the LGBT-group “Stimulus”.

At the end of 2019 Rustam was applied to the migration service with a request for asylum, but in early 2020 was refused and going to appeal. The court came to the conclusion that he had violated the visa regime and was in Russia illegally. The lawyer of a young man Artyom Snow said that by law he has three months to appeal the refusal of asylum and he has the right to stay in the country all this time.

Snow argues that the court did not consider the submitted documents that confirm the legality of stay of Rustam in Russia. The judge also did not appreciate the danger in which the young person will undergo when you return home. The defense intends to appeal the decision.

January 15 it became known that mother lesbians from Krasnoyarsk by a deceit has taken her to Azerbaijan, taking away her documents, phone and antidepressants. In the message one of her friends, she complained that she had been beaten and tied up. On 17 January it was reported that the girl managed to escape. Later, she said that in Baku, she “went three days in a row on a chain, like a dog.”

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