Leninsky District Court of Sevastopol ruled the decision to arrest three “Ukrainian saboteurs” for two months, who supposedly prepared terror attacks in the Crimea, reported by the Russian Federal News Agency citing the representatives in court. The court hearing was held behind the closed doors.
The court imposed a pre-trial restraint for the detained Ukrainians, assigned supposedly by the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.
“All three defendants in the case are arrested by court for two months,” stated the court representative. The court hearing was held behind the closed doors, journalists were not allowed.
Earlier the agency reported names of the three detainees – Oleksiy Bessarabov, Dmytro Shtyblikov, Volodymyr Dudko.
One of the detained in Sevastopol “Ukrainian saboteurs” could be Dmitry Shtyblikov. Shtyblikov’s brother Aleksey called Russian TV channel and denied Dmitry’s complicity with Ukrainian intelligence. The Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine (HUR) denies that their officers were arrested in Sevastopol.