Server Mustafaiev was born on May 5, 1986 in Uzbekistan. The family soon returned to Crimea, to the city of Bakhchisarai. In 2002, Server graduated from school and entered the Bakhchisarai Construction Technical School at the National Agrarian University. In 2006 graduated with a red diploma as a junior specialist in the operation of equipment and gas supply systems. In 2006-2012 years he studied at Kyiv National University, received a master's degree in Heat and Gas Supply and Ventilation. From 2006-2012 worked first as a salesman and then a manager in communication stores. In 2014, he became the managing partner of the Dolche bakery chain. In 2009 Server took Maie as his wife. The couple has four children. He was active in civic activities in Bakhchisarai - he organized children's holidays and public events, helped low-income families.
He is very friendly. Positive. Honesty, decency. - These are the qualities for which he has always been respected. And that's not what I'm saying. That's what the people he worked with tell me. - Says his mom Venera. His wife Maie adds up - He always said: make it beautifully, it will be beautiful.
In 2014 Server stood at the origins of the public association ", was one of its coordinators. The association provided legal, material, and informational assistance to the families of political prisoners in Crimea and kidnapped and missing Muslims. Server was also a citizen journalist. On May 21, 2018, a search of Mustafaiev's home began around 7 a.m. and lasted about three hours. Some documents and electronics were seized. During the search, Server was prevented from contacting his lawyer, after which he was arrested. The next day, at a closed hearing, the Kiev district court of Simferopol left Server Mustafaiev in custody in connection with the charges under Article 205.5.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation - participation in the activities of a terrorist organization. Shortly thereafter, the Southern District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don sentenced Mustafaiev to 14 years in prison. The sentence has not yet come into effect, the appeal has not yet been considered.