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Not yet possible to identify two Ukrainians detained in Crimea
15:55, 14 December 2017
Not yet possible to identify two Ukrainians detained in Crimea

It is impossible to do this because Ukraine’s border guards do not have contacts with the occupiers

15:55, 14 December 2017

Open source

It is still impossible to identify two Ukrainians detained by Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) at the administrative border with Crimea because Ukrainian State Border Service does not keep contacts with the occupiers. Oleh Slobodyan, the State Border Service speaker stated this in a commentary to Crimea.Realities agency.

"They Russian border guards do not inform us about what is happening on the temporarily occupied peninsula. It is difficult to understand the information in the media, about whom it was, whether this really happened, since no personal data was published. It is impossible to identify these people, " Slobodyan said.

Related: Ukrainian Helsinki Group records over 1000 cases of human rights violations in Crimea

As it was reported earlier the FSB border guards detained two Ukrainians in annexed Crimea as RIA News reported citing the regional department of Russian FSB.

The men were detained at the checkpoint. It is reported that they were on the federal wanted list: one of them for the illegal purchase, storage, transfer, production and processing of the drugs in the big amounts and the second man for the use of slave labor that led to the grave consequences.

Related: Russian violations in occupied Crimea qualified as military crimes, - Dzhemilev

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