Holosiivsky district court of Kyiv has extended the arrest of Stanislav Yezhov, the ex-interpreter of Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman; the convict is accused of the state treason and will remain in detention until December 27, the correspondent of 112 Ukraine reported.
Today, on October 29, the court considered an appeal of the Military Prosecutor's Office on the extension of the arrest of governmental interpreter Stanislav Yezhov; the current arrest term expires on November 1.
'The defense asked the court to put him under the house, referring that there are no victims in the case and no material damage was inflicted. However, the court decided that the house arrest is not provided for the state treason and extended the arrest of Yezhov for 60 days, until December 27 inclusively,' the correspondent reported.
The next court session will take place on November 26.
As it was reported earlier, counter-intelligence officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) uncovered an official of the Secretariat of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers who was working in the interests of the intelligence of Russia.
Later it was reported that the SBU detained Stanislav Yezhov, the assistant of Volodymyr Groysman, the Prime Minister of Ukraine.
On December 22, Shevchenkivsky Court of Kyiv arrested Yezhov for two months without a right for a bail.