Another two men detained in the case of preparation of acts of sabotage in the Crimea
Number of detainees in the case of the alleged Crimean sabotage went up to 9 people. Another 10 people are involved in the case as witnesses, but their status can be changed
Another two men detained in the case of preparation of acts of sabotage in the Crimea. The total number of detainees reached nine. Moscow blames Ukrainian intelligence in arranging the attacks.
This was reported by Interfax with the reference to the source in Russian law enforcement.
"There are 9 people detained now, two of them are arrested. They may be charged under articles on terrorist acts and complicity in terrorist activities," - said the source.
The informant also reported that the two men detained in the case, are the inhabitants of the peninsula and have received Russian citizenship recently.
Another 10 people are on the case as witnesses. It is possible that the status of some of them can be changed to the suspects.
As it was reported earlier, Simferopol Court detained a resident of Zaporizhia region of Ukraine Evgeny Panov and the resident of Crimea Andriy Zahtey on suspicion of preparing a terror attack in the Crimea.
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