This is reported by Inform Napalm cited by Censor.NET.
The records of the court decision regarding the Russian FSB officers detained on June 30 were made in the Unified Registry of Judicial Decision of Ukraine on July 5, cases No.657/1368/17 and No. 657/1369/17.
The court ruled to sentence both of them to 15 days of administrative arrest and a fine of 320 hryvnia each. All seized property would be returned, including the boat that the saboteurs used to enter mainland Ukraine from occupied Crimea.
In addition, InformNapalm reports, the court ruling has many inaccuracies, like the place and the time of their detention, the number of their military unit, and the circumstances of the detention.
InformNapalm volunteers earlier identified the two by social media photographs and gave their names. However, the court did not reveal the names in its ruling.
Left: Senior Warrant Officer Volodymyr Kuznetsov, from Amur oblast of Russia. Right: Senior Lieutenant Askar Kulub, from Rostov oblast of Russia.
At night of June 30, Ukrainian border guards and Armed Forces fighters detained two border guard officers of Russia's Security Service (FSB).
Deputy head of Ukrzaliznytsia's audit and control department Vakhtang Dzhakeli detained red-handed with $70,000 bribe(0)