The Tula court upheld the decision to deport the Donetsk separatist Marmazova 06/15/2017 12:05:22. Total views 1137. Views today — 0.

The Tula court (Russian Federation) upheld the decision to deport the former vice-rector of the Donetsk National University and the ardent separatist Tatiana Marmazova outside Russia, despite her absence at the trial. This was reported by her spouse Ruslan Marmazov.

As previously reported, on May 29 the court passed a decision on the deportation of Ukrainian citizen Tatiana Marmazova outside Russia for violation of migration legislation. Marmazova filed an appeal, but on June 7, did not appear because of “sharp deterioration in health”. The hearing of her appeal was postponed until 14 June, but she didn’t come again.

"My wife's health did not allow us to come, it's not our will, it's medical opinion". All the documents were sent to the Tula Regional Court, but they did not postpone anything, they conducted the trial in our absence. The complaint was left without satisfaction. What are we going to do next? I do not know", - Ruslan Marmazov said, stating that his family members are "slandered and framed".

The former vice-rector of the Donetsk National University Tatiana Marmazova was one of the most active supporters and guides of the "Russian spring" in the Donbass. However, after the proclamation of the so-called "DPR", she preferred to move to Russia, arguing that she was in danger of being threatened in the occupied territory of the republic. For a long time Marmazova remained a professor of the separatist clone of the Donetsk National University and only in May 2017 was fired for absenteeism.