Russia suspends negotiations on prisoner swap with Ukraine – lawyer Now 120 Ukrainian political prisoners, including Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars, expect the negotiations to be resumed.
11:14, 10 April 2020
Ukrainian sailors' Russia case: Lawyer explains why investigation suspended The sailors remain defendants in the case and may be put on the wanted list if they leave their country of residence.
14:29, 30 January 2020
Russia suspends investigation into case of released Ukrainian sailors – lawyer According to Polozov, the grounds and motives of the adopted procedural decision will be known after the lawyers receive a copy of the decision.
14:34, 27 January 2020
Freed Ukrainian sailors raise funds for Russian political prisoner for help during their captivity The total sum is about US$900.
23:55, 10 September 2019
"There may be sanctions": Russia did not comply with all conditions set by ITLOS in Kerch Strait attack probe At the same time, the Kremlin was attempting to portray the release of Ukrainian POW sailors as a gesture independent of the award of the International Tribunal.
11:20, 10 September 2019
Polozov warns Ukrainians against traveling to Russia, occupied Crimea At any moment, anyone could be nabbed and "appointed" another "terrorist" or "saboteur".
10:00, 10 September 2019
Ukraine-Russia prisoner swap kicks off – lawyer 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
Russia's case against captured Ukrainian sailors moves to new stage – lawyer The sailors began to familiarize themselves with the materials of the case.
16:20, 24 July 2019
Russia wants to hold "court hearings" on captive Ukrainian sailors behind closed doors – lawyer The position of the Ukrainian sailors' defense team is to have open and transparent court hearings.
14:07, 14 January 2019
Lawyer for Crimean Tatar leader compares Russia with Nazi Germany – media <p>A Russian lawyer for a Crimean Tatar leader who is on trial in Russian-controlled Crimea has sharply criticized the Kremlin, comparing President Vladimir Putin's Russia with Nazi Germany and suggesting officials who serve the state will face an unhappy fate, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.</p>
23:43, 10 August 2017