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Kiev District Court of Simferopol on Tuesday plans to elect a preventive measure for the crew members of three ships of the Ukrainian Navy detained on Sunday evening in the Kerch Strait area for violating the state border of the Russian Federation.
“Today, a meeting on sanctions is planned, after dinner it will be known the time of its holding,” a court representative told Interfax.
Meanwhile, according to TASS, the head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Vasily Gritsak confirmed information about the presence of two officers of the military counterintelligence department on board the detained Ukrainian Navy ships.
“The officers of the Ukrainian special services carried out official tasks of counterintelligence support of the Ukrainian Navy unit, as provided for by article 12 of the Law of Ukraine“ On the Security Service of Ukraine ”, the department’s press service quotes Gritsak.
On November 25, Russian border guards with a weapon detained a tugboat Yany Kapu and two small armored artillery boats Berdyansk and Nikopol, heading from Odessa on the Black Sea to Mariupol on the Azov Sea. The ships were convoyed to Kerch.
The FSB opened a case under part 3 of article 322 of the Criminal Code of Russia (illegal crossing of the state border).
24 Ukrainian military sailors were detained, three of them were wounded. The injured are in a hospital in Kerch, with the rest working as investigators.
Source: Maritime News of Russia