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 Court extends Krasnov's arrest until Aug. 22

The Shevchenko district court of Kyiv has extended the arrest of the head of the Azov-Krym civil corps Stanislav Krasnov, suspected of terrorism and espionage for the Russian secret services, until Aug. 22.

Prosecutor Andrii Svatok said to Ukrainski Novyny, Censor.NET informs.

"[The arrest] has been extended until Aug. 22," he said.

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According to Svatko, Krasnov's lawyer Andrii Mamalyha gave a speech on Friday, and lawyer Oksana Melnyk gave a speech in the night of Friday.

As reported, Stanislav Krasnov is suspected of terrorism and espionage for the Russian secret services. Krasnov himself states that his case is a reprisal against him by the Security Service of Ukraine for participation in energy and trade blockade of Russia-annexed Crimea.

 
 
 
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