Lawyers stand a bail for Nord ship captain

Source : 112 Ukraine

The captain will be kept in the temporary detention center before they receive an approval that bail is transferred to the account
21:08, 6 April 2018

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The lawyers of Volodymyr Horbenko, the Nord fishing boat captain, stood a bail for him, as Interfax Ukraine reported with a reference to the Anna Shevelyova, the representative of the owning company Kerch fishing collective farm named after the First May.

It was noted that the lawyers of Horbenko stood a bail for him. But due to the end of the working day, they did not receive an approval that the money was transferred to the account.

“Horbenko and the prison cell before they receive an approval that bail is transferred to the account. He will be released after weekends,” Shevelyeva said.

Ukrainian border guards detained fishing ship-violator under the Russian flag in the Sea of Azov on March 25.

The Nord ship was stopped in 15 miles from the Obytichna sandspit. The inspection defined that the ship was registered in the temporarily occupied Crimea. Besides, the members of the crew violated the order of the exit from the temporarily occupied territory of Ukraine. All of them had the so-called Russian passports, issued in Kerch. Later, the court arrested the detained ship. Ukrainian border guards detained Volodymyr Gorbenko on April 4.

As we reported earlier, the ports, located on the territory of Crimea (Yevpatoria, Kerch, Sevastopol, Feodosia, Yalta) were shut down by the order of the Cabinet of Ministers on Ukraine (Some question on the functioning of marine and river transport) and according to the order of the Ministry of Infrastructure (on shut down of sea ports).

Related: Russian diplomats denied access to arrested Nord ship, - Ukraine's Border Guard Service

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