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Kremlin's agent in Ukraine's Cabinet released after pleading guilty

The case states that Yezhov genuinely repentant, critically estimated his criminal behavior
13:58, 30 August 2019

Ukrainska Pravda

Holosiyvsky Court of Kyiv released ex-interpreter of Prime Minister of Ukraine Stanislav Yezhov accused of the state treason as the court reported.

The agreement between Yezhov and prosecutor was recognized by the court. It was concluded on the eve of the court session, when Yezhov unconditionally pleaded guilty in the crime committed by a group of people, state treason.

The case states that Yezhov genuinely repentant, critically estimated his criminal behavior by full confession and readiness to be criminally responsible; he activity contributes to the opening of the crime committed with prior agreement by a group of people; voluntary provides and he is obliged to provide confession and incriminating evidence on the accomplices of the crime to the trial.

Related: Ukraine’s Security Service detains Russian intelligence agent

The punishment in the form of deprivation of liberty for 3 years and 28 days without the confiscation of the property is agreed.

The term of the detention in the remand center from December 20, 2017, up to July 03, 2019 was considered to be these 3 years and 28 days.

Thus, accused Stanislav Yezhov completely served his sentence.

Related: Ukraine's Security Service reveals 71 foreign intelligence agents in 2018

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. SBU detained Stanislav Yezhov, the assistant of Volodymyr Groysman, the Prime Minister of Ukraine.

On December 22, 2017 Shevchenkivsky Court of Kyiv arrested Yezhov for two months without a right for bail.

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