Hybrid war is ongoing and gaining momentum, Feygin says.
10:15, 11 March 2020
“Nothing but a bluff”: Feygin refutes reports on easier naturalization procedure for Ukrainians in RussiaThe lawyer says that in fact Moscow is simply trying once again to promote its "we are brothers" concept.
09:25, 26 December 2018
Sushchenko was charged with "espionage."
16:50, 20 December 2018
The Ukrainian journalist could be exchanged for the Ukrainian PM's interpreter charged with high treason, Feygin stresses.
19:50, 12 September 2018
He is held in the Lefortovo detention center.
00:59, 26 July 2018
Feygin added the sentence would be pronounced on June 4, 2018.
15:04, 28 May 2018
Peskov insists it is not the Kremlin's prerogative.
15:05, 25 April 2018
As UNIAN reported earlier, Mark Feygin called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to facilitate the exchange of his client, Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko.
21:10, 24 April 2018
According to Feygin, the "political" case itself, the ongoing trial and everything related is the result of strained Russia-Ukraine relations.
18:30, 29 March 2018
Sushchenko's lawyer expects that his client will return to Ukraine as early as this year.
21:50, 27 March 2018
<p>A Moscow court is going to sentence Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, earlier arrested in Russia on trumped-up espionage charges, to 20 years' imprisonment, according to his lawyer Mark Feygin.</p>
17:10, 19 November 2017
<p>Mark Feygin, the Russian lawyer of Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko remanded in custody in Russia, says the negotiations on the exchange or release of his client are underway, and the journalist's defense hopes for international assistance in this case, 112 Ukraine TV channel reported.</p>
12:20, 21 March 2017