Censor.NET reports referring to the Kharkiv region prosecutor's office.
"The court has ruled to remand the person suspected of infringing territorial integrity and inviolability as well as offering undue benefit to an official in a 60-day custody without the right to bail," the statement reads.
Earlier, on June 28, Kharkiv SBU searched the house of local Communist leader Aleksandrovska. She is charged under part 2, article 110 (violation of territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine) and part 3, article 369 (bribing an official) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. Aleksandrovska's son Oleksandr, who took cover in Russia, has been notified of suspicion and put on the wanted list.
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