Ukrainian court extended the detention of Russian Alexandrov
The court extended the detention for the Russian Alexander Alexandrov, who was detained in Ukraine in may, Evgeny Erofeev Court until not decided, a lawyer, said Erofeeva Oksana Sokolovsky.
"Alexandrov detention extended until 17 October," Sokolovsky said RIA " Novosti ".
She told that Erofeev it was announced the disqualification of a judge As it has violated the right of protection and the defendant - not the materials were provided such request for extension of detention for examination. According to Sokolovsky, in the end the Court until not considered the extension of the detention Erofeev. As the expert believes, in the near future be obliged to place the court meeting, which will consider the disqualification of a judge, and later has the ability to be considered an extension of a measure of restraint for Erofeeva. On 28 August, the head of the security service of Ukraine Vasyl Hrytsak said that he considers possible exchange Alexandrov and Erofeeva on Ukrainians caught in the Russian Federation. The public also stated that they would like to exchange for captured by the militia of Donbass forces. Ukrainian law enforcement agencies concluded a hearing regarding Erofeeva and Alexandrov. While the military Prosecutor's office of Ukraine filed a number of new charges, as well as among them of inciting war. Recall was announced on 17 may about the detention in the settlement Happiness of the military, who called himself a Russian contract soldiers serving in the special forces: Alexander Alexandrov and Evgeny Erofeev. In the Russian defense Ministry asked them to stop the torture and release of two former soldiers. Relatives of captured Russian citizens have also confirmed that they had resigned from the army. Moscow has stated many times that it is not involved in the events in southeastern Ukraine, is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis. In the capital of Russia emphasize that all the charges against her are unproven.