Ukrainian ‘saboteur’ Sahta asked to deprive him of Russian citizenship

Украинский "диверсант" Захтей попросил лишить его российского гражданства

The citizen of Ukraine Andrey Sahta, which after the occupation of Crimea has also received Russian citizenship and who is now accused of “preparation of terrorist acts in the Ukrainian saboteurs” were asked about deprivation of citizenship of the Russian Federation.

This was reported by “radio Liberty”, citing statements from two lawyers Sahaja Russian news agencies.

Lawyer Alexey Ladin-has informed Agency “Interfax” that Sahta addressed with the statement in “Department of the migration service” in the occupied Crimea, which had received a Russian passport.

Ladin and another lawyer Alexander Popkov said that Sahta “disappointed in the law enforcement system of Russia”, which is valid now and in the occupied Crimea. For this reason he does not want to remain a citizen of the country.

Recall that the defendants in the case of “Crimean saboteurs” Sahaja Panova was transferred to the annexed Peninsula.

As is known, on 10 August 2016, Russia has accused Ukraine of preparing a terrorist attack in the occupied Crimea. The FSB also announced the elimination of a secret network of Ukrainian intelligence in the Peninsula. In a Federal security service claim that the detained citizens of both Ukraine and Russia, and led the network allegedly Evgeny Panov, 1977 year of birth, the inhabitant of the Zaporozhye area the staff of the Main intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine, which also detained and has given grateful evidences. In the published FSB live ammunition allegedly seized from the Ukrainian “saboteurs”, show Panova in handcuffs. He was accompanied by employees of the Russian special services.

Later, the Russian foreign Ministry said that as a result of the elimination of supposedly Ukrainian subversive groups, except for Panova, was detained Andrew Sahta. Later accused Russia of “Crimean saboteurs” were taken to a Moscow prison.

In December, a Moscow court also extended the arrest of Saftey 3 months.

Related news: a Court in Sevastopol extended the detention of three “Ukrainian saboteurs” until may 8

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