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Crimean court extends arrest of Ukrainian Panov for six months
16:43, 4 April 2018

Crimean court extends arrest of Ukrainian Panov for six months

The first substantive session is planned for April 16

16:43, 4 April 2018

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On April 4, the so-called Supreme Court of occupied Crimea extended the arrest of Yevhen Panov, the citizen of Ukraine involved in 'the case of the Ukrainian saboteurs' for another six months as Crimea.Reality reported.

It is noted that the court session took place in the closed regime.

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The first substantive session is planned for April 16.

Previously the Lefortovo Moscow court extended the arrest of the so-called Ukrainian "saboteur" Evgen Panov for three months until March 7, 2017, later on prolonging the arrest until October 10.

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The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation claimed to have detained Ukrainian saboteurs in Crimea. Russia says that Ukrainian diversionary group planned terrorist acts in the occupied Crimea, and Evgen Panov was allegedly the leader of the group.

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