In his opinion, Russia's release of POWs and political prisoners does not mean that the Kremlin is ready to surrender Crimea and Donbas.
15:40, 10 September 2019
Another three Ukrainian political prisoners allegedly transferred to Moscow's Lefortovo detention centerFood parcels addressed to Roman Sushchenko, Yevhen Panov, and Oleksiy Syzonovych were accepted in Lefortovo.
19:10, 21 August 2019
The foreign ministry pointed to Bekirov's deteriorating health and the refusal of the Russian court to change custody in a penal colony to correctional labor.
16:00, 15 August 2019
Kolchenko was seeking the transfer to correctional labor because of the need to support his mother.
01:40, 15 August 2019
Today is five years since Oleh Sentsov and Oleksandr Kolchenko have been captured by the Russian Federation.
21:42, 10 May 2019
Sentsov says he is engaged in sports.
17:59, 21 January 2019
The German commissioner also hopes for the early release of Sentsov.
23:59, 27 July 2018
Sentsov declared hunger strike on May 14 indefinitely.
17:55, 15 June 2018
Kolchenko said that he "overestimated" his abilities and "turned out to be weaker" than he thought.
11:13, 08 June 2018
They decided not to appeal to Putin.
16:38, 04 June 2018
Oleh Sensov, Oleksandr Kolchenko, Oleksandr Shumkov and Volodymyr Balukh are now on hunger strike in Russia or Russian-occupied territory.
17:59, 03 June 2018
In her opinion, Russians believe once the Ukrainian man gives in and obtains a Russian passport, Ukraine will not be able to influence his possible release.
10:20, 01 June 2018
Russia's security forces detained Sentsov together with Oleksandr Kolchenko in the occupied Crimea in May 2014 on charges of organizing terrorist attacks on the peninsula.
16:00, 31 May 2018
<p>The Kremlin’s Ukrainian political prisoners were waited for in vain at countless airports throughout the world Nov. 26. Activists held a flash-mob at airports in Kyiv, Odesa, Prague, Warsaw, Vienna, Toronto, San Francisco and other cities with signs to show that they were waiting for Oleksandr Kolchenko and other political prisoners held in Russia and Russian-occupied Crimea, KHPG reports.</p>
11:30, 27 November 2017
Ex-political prisoner Hennadiy Afanasyev: "Soviet Union was strangled by economic sanctions...The same will be with Russia"<p>Three years since Russia’s FSB security service invented the term “Crimean terrorists”, UNIAN met with former political prisoner Hennadiy Afanasyev, who had been arrested by Russian-occupation authorities in the annexed Crimea on trumped up charges, about propaganda that turns people into monsters and the knowledge achieved through suffering.</p>
18:40, 15 May 2017