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MFA calls on Russia to provide information on Ukrainians detained in Crimea
17:34, 11 November 2016
MFA calls on Russia to provide information on Ukrainians detained in Crimea

MFA has already sent a corresponding request, but the response has not been received yet

17:34, 11 November 2016

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine wants the Russian Federation to provide information about the three detained Ukrainians in the territory of annexed Crimea. Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Mariana Betza said this to 112 Ukraine TV Channel.

"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will continue to use every effort to get the most information about what happened and data on our citizens to get access to them, and to take all possible steps to rescue them. This is an element of the continuing aggression of Russia against Ukraine", Betza said.

Related: Name of lawyer for arrested yesterday Crimean "saboteur" became known

As noted, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already sent to Russia the appropriate request, but the response has not been received yet.

Earlier it was reported that the FSB detained another so-called "Ukrainian saboteurs" who allegedly were planning sabotage on strategic sites of the occupied Crimea in Sevastopol on November 9. The detainees are allegedly members of the "terrorist group of the Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Intelligence Service".

Leninsky District Court of Sevastopol ruled the decision to arrest three “Ukrainian saboteurs” for two months, who supposedly prepared terror attacks in the Crimea.

Earlier the agency reported names of the three detainees – Oleksiy Bessarabov, Dmytro Shtyblikov, Volodymyr Dudko.

Related: Why FSB continues to imagine new “Ukrainian terrorists” in Crimea?

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