You are here:

Seven important news about Crimea. Digest 24 - 30 July

July 31, 2017 10:16 0 1600 QirimInfo
Russian Federation’s Supreme Court convicts Zeitullayev to 15 years of imprisonment, EU imposes additional sanctions on Russia due to Siemens scandal, Russians admit having shipped Siemens turbines to Crimea.

Court leaves Volodymyr Dudka under arrest

25 July. The Supreme Court of the Crimea left Ukrainian Volodymyr Dudka under arrest till September 8.

 

EU imposes additional sanctions on Russia due to Siemens scandal

26 July. The EU Ambassadors agreed to expand sanctions against the Russian Federation in connection with the scandal related to the shipment of the Siemens gas turbines.

 

Oleksii Chirnii denied meeting with consul, transferred to prison regime

26 July. The Ukrainian citizen was barred from meeting the Ukrainian Consul, as the colony’s administration believes he is a citizen of Russia.

 

«Diversionist» Oleksii Stohnii sentenced to 3,5 years in jail for storaging weapons

26 July. The Kyiv district court of Simferopol sentenced defendant in the «diversionists case» Oleksii Stohnii to 3,5 years of imprisonment.

 

Russian Federation’s Supreme Court convicts Zeitullayev to 15 years of imprisonment

27 July. The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation sentenced defendant in the «Hizb ut-Tahrir case» Ruslan Zeitullayev to 15 years of imprisonment, with one year of restriction of liberty after serving the punishment.

 

Russians admit having shipped Siemens turbines to Crimea

28 July. Representatives of the Technopromexport admitted that the turbines produced by Siemens for the Krasnodar Territory had been delivered to the Crimea after the modernization.

 

US senators support new sanctions against Russia

28 July. The majority of the US Senate members backed up the new set of sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea. The document was sent to the White House for Donald Trump to sign into law.

Share in social networks:
Додати коментар
0 комментариев