He is suspected of collecting classified information for Ukraine.
19:55, 22 June 2020
Polozov also confirmed to Russia's Interfax news outlet that the sailors had left a Moscow-based Lefortovo pre-trial detention center.
10:47, 07 September 2019
At the same time, it was said Sentsov had not been transferred to this detention center.
20:46, 02 September 2019
Earlier, Russia's RIA Novosti Ukraine office ex-chief editor Kirill Vyshinsky was released from custody in Kyiv, which the PGO said was part of the ongoing process of held persons exchange between Ukraine and Russia.
11:17, 29 August 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
After the sailors return from Russian captivity, the newlyweds plan to arrange a real wedding party.
18:30, 26 June 2019
The Ukrainian prisoners of war will remain in custody in the Lefortovo detention center until the end of April.
14:28, 12 February 2019
They were previously kept in the hospital of the Matrosskaya Tishina detention center.
11:04, 28 January 2019
The clothes and food were donated by local residents of Russian-occupied Crimea.
11:09, 03 December 2018
<p>Moscow's Lefortovo district court has extended the arrest of Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko for another three months, until September 30, according to an UNIAN correspondent in Russia.</p>
15:18, 27 June 2017
<p>Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has resolutely protested against a ruling by Moscow's Lefortovo district court to extend Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko's remand for another two months, according to the ministry's press service.</p>
12:00, 27 April 2017