Abducted Ukrainian border guards transferred from Moscow to Bryansk

Source : 112 Ukraine

The consul succeeded to visit them only once
17:46, 26 February 2018

Ihor Dzyubak and Bogdan Martsonia, the border guards of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine who were abducted in Sumy region in October 2017 were transferred to Bryansk. Mariana Betsa, the spokeswoman of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry as Ukrayinska Pravda reported.

‘They were detained in Lefortovo, the court process will take place in Bryansk so they were transferred to Bryansk’, she claimed.

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According to Betsa, the consul succeeded to visit them only once.

‘But we constantly communicate and appealed in the end of January and February’, she added.

Oleg Slobodyan, the spokesperson of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported that the court session that should take place in February was postponed for one month.

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‘At the moment the negotiations process on the return to the motherland continues. I cannot tell more yet. We should be careful to not harm the process. Unfortunately, we do not know on the issue of their talk with the consul but we are sure that they were abducted’, he said.

As it was reported earlier two employees of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine disappeared in October, in Sumy region near the border with Russia.

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Russia officially confirmed the detention of two officers of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine that earlier disappeared near the border with Russia. 

Lefortovo district court of Moscow left in the pretrial detention center the abducted Ukrainian border guards Bohdan Martsonia and Ihor Dziubak on November 30, 2017.

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