The Kherson City Court extended the arrest of Petro Mykhalchevsky, the former 'Health Minister' of Crimea suspected in the state treason until March 2. Tatiana Tykhonchyk, the spokeswoman of the Crimean Prosecutor's Office claimed this as Ukrainian News reported.
'The arrest is extended up to March 2', she claimed.
The court satisfied the motion of the Prosecutor's Office on the extension of the restrictive measure of the suspected.
The SBU reported on the detention of the former 'Health Minister' of Crimea in Kyiv on January 5
The officers of the SBU held the searches at the residence of Petro Mykhalchevsky, the so-called former Health Minister of Crimea. They confiscated the Russian passport, the official ID signed by Aksenov and other documents that confirm his cooperation with the occupation authorities of Crimea during the search.
The Kherson Court sentenced Mykhalchevsky for one month of the arrest without a right for the bail on January 8. He is accused of state treason and can be imprisoned up to 15 years.