Ukrainian sailors will prolong the period of arrest – lawyer

Украинским морякам продлят срок ареста – адвокат

Russia is preparing to extend the arrest of 24 Ukrainian sailors captive

Materials about prolongation of terms of detention of 24 Ukrainian sailors will go to court April 15.

In Moscow on 17 April, the scheduled court hearing, which will consider the petition for prolongation of terms of detention of prisoners of war 24 Ukrainian sailors. This was reported by the coordinator of the group of lawyers representing the interests of sailors Nikolai Polozov on his page in Facebook on Saturday, April 13.

“According to preliminary data obtained from the investigation materials in support of the petition for prolongation of terms of detention in respect of 24 prisoners of war of Ukrainian sailors will arrive in the Lefortovo district court of Moscow on Monday 15 April. The court meeting will be held on Wednesday 17 April. As in January, the Lefortovo district court of Moscow will hold hearings in respect of prisoners of war for four, distributing them between the three judges in “two shifts”,” – wrote Polozov.

According to him the morning of 17 April there will be a court meeting in respect of the 12 sailors: “the First four: Andrew Drach, Denis Gritsenko, Viacheslav Zinchenko, Mikhail Vlasyuk; the second group: a novel mokryak, Andrew Oprysko, Eugene Semidotsky, Sergey Tsybizov; the third Quartet: Vladimir Tereshchenko, Bogdan Golovashov, Sergey Popov, Andrey Shevchenko”, – said Avocet.

At 14.00 held a court session in respect of other prisoners of war: the fourth Quartet: Bogdan Fiction, Yuri Buzilo, Vladimir Lisovoy, Yuri Bezhyazichniy; fifth Quartet: Andrey Artemenko, Andrew Adair, Vasiliy Soroka, Oleg Melnychuk; sixth Quartet: Victor Bespalchenko, Vladislav Kostyshin, Mr Varies, Sergei Choliba.

Earlier in relation to 20 captured Ukrainian sailors in Russia was held Commission comprehensive outpatient psychological and psychiatric forensic examination.

 

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