Tsemakh is said to have left for Moscow on business on January 26, 2020, after which the connection with him was lost.
16:03, 31 January 2020
Tsemakh's lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said that "despite such a decision by the Strasbourg court, he will continue to look for other ways to protect Tsemakh's interests."
15:45, 30 January 2020
Peskov commented on a statement by the Dutch prosecutors that the Russian authorities had allegedly allowed Tsemakh to leave the country.
16:55, 03 December 2019
Tsemakh is suspected of being a member of a terrorist group and committing a terrorist act that resulted in casualties.
14:19, 03 December 2019
Tsemakh is regarded as a suspect in the case.
16:59, 02 December 2019
Prystaiko says the Ukrainian side together with the Joint Investigation Team did everything so that it would not affect the interests of the investigation.
12:48, 18 September 2019
According to Volker, it was important for Ukraine to release its prisoners from Russia.
12:22, 16 September 2019
Tsemakh's extradition to Russia has hurt the relatives of those killed in the crash.
22:55, 11 September 2019
Ukrainian people are free to argue and express opinions on this matter, he stresses.
16:20, 10 September 2019
Russia is a member State of the Council of Europe and as such is legally bound to fight impunity, the official said.
10:20, 10 September 2019
If the Netherlands still needs Tsemakh for the investigation, Yermak notes they have international legal mechanisms in place to coordinate this issue with Russia.
12:40, 09 September 2019
The Australian government does welcome confirmation from the Dutch Prosecutor that the release of Tsemakh will not affect the commencement of the prosecution of four individual suspects in a Dutch court in March 2020.
23:59, 08 September 2019
The Russian authorities have not determined Tsemakh's legal status yet.
11:59, 08 September 2019
London recalled Russia's responsibility to the international community.
21:56, 07 September 2019
Ukrainian court's ruling to release ex-anti-aircraft unit commander Volodymyr Tsemakh should not affect the upcoming trial set to expose all those responsible for the MH17 downing over Donbas.
18:30, 06 September 2019
Blok said he is in close contact with Ukraine authorities.
21:10, 05 September 2019
The ruling comes amid talks between Kyiv and Moscow on a massive prisoner swap that unconfirmed reports have said includes Tsemakh.
17:50, 05 September 2019
The preventive measure was changed from detention to a personal recognizance.
12:44, 05 September 2019
Tsemakh is a key suspect in the tragedy of passenger flight MH17, MEPs said.
10:17, 05 September 2019