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Disappearance of Orhan Inandi: Turkey asked to extradite director of Sapat

Director of Sapat schools, Orhan Inandi, became citizen of Kyrgyzstan in 2012. Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Nurbek Abdiev announced at a parliamentary session.

According to him, to date, replies have been received from Turkey, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, Romania and Afghanistan that Orhan Inandi did not cross their borders.

«He did not cross our border either. Turkey sent a letter in 2018 stating that Orhan Inandi was wanted as a member of the FETO group. We didn’t extradite him. All documents were redirected to the Prosecutor General’s Office,» Nurbek Abdiev told.

Orhan Inandi went missing on May 31, 2021. His whereabouts are unknown.

The wife of the president of Sapat international educational institution Reihan Inandi appealed to the president Sadyr Japarov with a request to help in search for her husband.

An investigative-operational group has been formed. The President Sadyr Japarov also instructed the State Committee for National Security and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to step up investigative and operational measures to find the citizen of Kyrgyzstan.

A criminal case was initiated under the article «Abduction of a person» on the fact of disappearance of the former head of Sapat school network Orhan Inandi.

Supporters of the missing Orhan Inandi have been protesting since June 1. The rallies, they said, will continue until Orhan Inanda is found. Participants of the rallies believe that the president of Sapat international educational institution was kidnapped and the special services of Turkey are involved in the abduction.

The Embassy of Turkey in Kyrgyzstan denied the information of the wife of the missing Orhan Inandi, Reikhan Inandi, that he is being held in the building of the diplomatic mission.