The state prosecution asks 15 years in prison for Volodymyr Dudka and 14 years and 10 months for Oleksy Besarabov, the participants of the “Ukrainian saboteurs” case, as journalist Anton Naumlyuk reported on Facebook.
“The state prosecution asked 15 years in prison for Volodymyr Dudka and 14 years and 10 months for Oleksy Besarabov, the participants of the “Ukrainian saboteurs” case and fine in the sum of $7,630,” Naumlyuk reported.
It is noted that the prosecutor’s office asks the court to impose personal sanctions on the FSB investigation due to the falsification of some materials of the case.
Dudka was arrested in November 2016 in Crimea along with Dmytro Shtyblikov and Oleksiy Besarabov. 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 Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Intelligence Service’.