The pronouncement of the verdict has been livestreamed on the Priamyi TV channel.
"[To extend the arrest] of Serhiy Tsybizov for three months, and for 7 months and 29 days in total, that is, until July 24, 2019," the verdict was read out in the courtroom.
The identical verdicts were delivered regarding Roman Mokriak, Andriy Oprysko and Yevhen Semidotsky.
Today, on April 17, the court hearings on the extension of arrest of 24 Ukrainian prisoners of war are held in the Lefortovsky District Court in Moscow
On November 25, 2018, Russian security forces seized three Ukrainian Navy vessels in the Kerch Strait and captured 24 Ukrainian servicemen. Three of them were wounded in the attack.
Russian-controlled "court" in the occupied Crimea arrested all Ukrainian servicemen for the alleged illegal border crossing. Now they are held in the Lefortovo remand prison. All the detained Ukrainian sailors declared themselves the prisoners of war.
On January 24, 2019, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution, calling on Russia to treat Ukrainian captured sailors in accordance with the Geneva Convention on Prisoners of War.
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