All Sailors from the Ships of the Ukrainian Navy Detained in the Black Sea Are Arrested Until January 25, 2019

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The Kiev district court of Simferopol on Wednesday elected a measure of restraint in the form of detention for almost two months to the last nine citizens of Ukraine from three ships of the Ukrainian Navy detained by Russian border guards in the Black Sea for violating the Russian border.

According to Interfax, arrested until January 25, 2019, the commanders of the Yana Kapu tugger Oleg Melnychuk and the Nikopol armored boats Bogdan Nebylititsa, officer of the SBU Andrei Drach, and also Vladimir Lisovoi, Denis Gritsenko, Yury Bezyazychny, Vyacheslav Zinchenko, Yevgeny Semidotsky and Andrey Shevchenko.

Earlier, on Tuesday, decisions were made to arrest 15 of 24 Ukrainians from three ships. Thus, 12 people (among them the commander of the Berdyansk armored car Roman Mokryak) decided to arrest the district court in Simferopol, three wounded while detaining ships (among them SBU officer Vasily Soroka) – the city court of Kerch. Three victims will be sent to the SIZO after discharge from the hospital in Kerch.

As reported, on November 25, Russian border guards with the use of weapons detained a tug “Yany Kapu” and small armored artillery boats “Berdyansk” and “Nikopol” in the Kerch Strait area, heading from Odessa to Mariupol to the Azov Sea. The ships were convoyed to Kerch.

All Sailors from the Ships of the Ukrainian Navy Detained in the Black Sea Are Arrested Until January 25, 2019

FSB opened a criminal case under Part 3 of Art. 322 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (illegal border crossing, committed by a group of persons by prior agreement or by an organized group, or with the use of violence or with the threat of its use).

 

 

Source: Maritime News of Russia