In Crimea has left under arrest of four Ukrainian sailors

В Крыму оставили под арестом четырех украинских моряков

The commander of the tug Kapu Yana Oleg Melnichuk in the hall of the court of Simferopol

Custody left the Ukrainian seamen Vladimir Arimasa, Andrew Oprysko, Yuri Buzilo, Sergei Tsibizova.

“Supreme court” of the Crimea refused to satisfy the appeal of lawyers on the decision “of the Kiev district court of Simferopol” on the arrest of four sailors from the detained in the Azov sea Ukrainian Navy ships. The correspondent reports about it “Interfax” from a court hall on Wednesday, December 19.

Custody left the Ukrainian seamen Vladimir Arimasa, Andrew Oprysko, Yuri Buzilo, Sergei Tsibizova.

“The court” specify the end date of the arrest of seafarers due to an error made by a “court” of first instance. The deadline is 24, not 25 January 2019.

It is noted that the Ukrainian advocate stated that according to the Geneva Convention of 1949, the sailors have pow status and are not subject to General jurisdiction court. Protection permit submission of complaints to the European court of human rights (ECHR), the lawyer said Budzilo Ayder Azamatov.

Earlier it was reported that all seized by Russian security forces in the Kerch Strait, the Ukrainian sailors are set to declare themselves prisoners of war.

Before that, the crew member trapped in the Kerch Strait Harbor tugs Yana Kapu Vladimir Lisovoy said that he is a prisoner of war.

 

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