The Prosecutor's Office of occupied Crimea will be calling for questioning the released from Russian imprisonment Oleg Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko to give evidence. Interfax-Ukraine News Agency reported that citing press secretary of the Prosecutor's Office Kateryna Didenko.
"Crimea's Prosecutor's Office will be calling for interrogation the released from the imprisonment Ukrainians Oleg Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko in the case of abducting in spring 2014 in occupied Crimea," Didenko said.
According to her, the proceedings will be conducted when the men will finish their health examination.
"In the case of abduction Sentsov and Kolchenko should be given the status of victims," Didenko added.
Previously, released from the Russian imprisonment Stanislav Klykh was placed at the special-care unit of the military hospital. According to the chief doctor of Feofaniya Clinical Hospital, Klykh was transferred to the special department of the military hospital where he gets a special treatment that is not provided in Feofaniya.