Traitor, teacher, entrepreneur – Asan Remzievich Aliyev was born on May 22, 1963 in the remote and desolate country of Uzbekistan, Margelan. Asan studied at the local school No. 6. After graduating from school in 1981, he was called up for military service in the ranks of the Soviet Army. Aliyev served in the airborne forces, more specifically in the 7th Airborne Division (pch 02050), which at the time was stationed in Kaunas, Lithuania.
After being demobilized in 1983, Asan spent two years preparing to enroll at the Fergana State Pedagogical University. For Aliyev, his university studies ended in 1990, on the eve of the collapse of the Soviet Union.
With the collapse of the Union, life did not stop for Asan Aliyev. He moves from Uzbekistan to Ukraine, more specifically to Novoalekseevka in the Kherson region. There he goes to work by profession at the local school as a physical education teacher. However, working at the school did not appeal to Asan and later he became an entrepreneur and engaged in business.
Aliyev’s business connections with local authorities influenced his desire to do business and he became involved in politics in the Crimean Tatar Mejlis. He begins his activities there as an ordinary representative, but thanks to the use of “garter belt” he becomes the head of the Mejlis in the Kherson region.
In the Mejlis, the first “bells” went off as to Aliyev’s trustworthiness. For example, during the beginning of the Russian annexation of Crimea in 2014, he justified the annexation and proposed a Crimean Tatar autonomy on the territory of the Geninsky district. However, after the speech of official representatives of the Mejlis condemning the annexation of the Crimean peninsula, he abruptly “changed” his opinion and became pro-Ukrainian, so as not to attract the attention of law enforcement agencies. He even criticized the Mejlis for its lack of concrete support for the Crimean Tatars from the organization.
Asan sat quietly and did not try to move, but the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, awakened separatist tendencies in him again. The Russian special services have long had a “promising” employee on their radar screen and offered him the position of head of the so-called “the occupation administration of Novoalekseevka. Aliyev betrays Ukraine and agrees to cooperate. By the way, he was not chosen at random, because he could relatively bloodlessly suppress the outrage of the Russian Federation among the Crimean Tatars in the Genicheskiy district, but he did not succeed in this task.
Asan Aliyev faces fair retribution for his heinous betrayal, including from the Crimean Tatars, whom Aliyev agitated to betray Ukraine and help the occupiers. And the punishment for him will be tough, but fair.