The Supreme Court of occupation authorities of Crimea received the appeal of the lawyers against the arrest of Ukrainian military Yevhen Dobrynsky, detained by Russia’s FSB at the administrative border, as Krym.Realii reported citing lawyer of the Ukrainian Islyam Velilyaev.
“We will hope that the Supreme Court of Crimea will consider our appeal on the change of the restrictive measure for Dobrynsky for another one. There are other restricting measures – house arrest, commitment to appear. I hope for these mild restricting measures,” Velilyaev stated.
He noted that a three-day term for filing of appeal for change of restricting measure ends on June 8.
As we reported, a Ukrainian soldier was kidnapped on an administrative border with occupied Crimea. Search activities immediately began upon the disappearance of the serviceman, but they did not give results. The soldier did not answer the phone, his whereabouts were unknown. According to preliminary information, he was abducted.
Later, Russia’s FSB stated that the Ukrainian military was detained and he was accused of illegal crossing of the border of Russia.
On June 3, the court of annexed Simferopol arrested Yevhen Dobrynsky until July 1.