Ukraine's Sushchenko remains in custody until September 30

Source : 112 Ukraine

Russian law enforcement agency claims the detained reporter allegedly worked for Ukraine's military intelligence
15:30, 13 July 2017


Russian court continued the detention of Ukrainian reporter Roman Sushchenko until September 30. According to lawyer Mark Feygin, Sushchenko was only allowed three phone calls so that he could talk to his family.

The Ukrainian reporter was detained in Moscow in September 2016, as he visited the Russian capital for business. Russian FSB, the state security service charges Sushchenko with espionage, saying he allegedly worked for Ukraine’s defense ministry. The Ukrainian military intelligence denied that.

Related: Ukraine’s Sushchenko could be exchanged for Russian military serviceman, - lawyer

Related: Polish journalists urge Russia to release Ukrainian correspondent Sushchenko

Related: Moscow court extends Sushchenko’s arrest till September 30

Related: Ukrainian MFA demands to set free Sushchenko and Semena in tribute to Journalist Day

Related: Letter of detained Roman Sushchenko delivered to Macron, - lawyer

Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

see more