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Lawyer informs on condition of detained Ukrainian sailors

Lawyer informs on condition of detained Ukrainian sailors

Confrontation between Russian and Ukrainian military vessels, November 25, 2018
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Three Ukrainian sailors who were injured during Russia’s attack at the Ukrainian vessels near Kerch Strait are in a hospital of Moscow remand prison No. 1, Matrosskaya Tishina, as the lawyer Yevheniya Zakrevetska said referring to Pavlo Pyatnytski, the member of Moscow Public Monitoring Commission for control of civil rights in places of detention, as Hromadske reported.
It was informed that two servicemen had to put a cast, as during Russia’s attack they sustained shrapnel wounds.

“Doctors put bandages on their injuries and put the IV. The administration of the prison gave them winter clothes and footwear, clean bed cloths… The wounded are satisfied with the nutritional status, they don’t have any complaints against the doctors and investigators of Moscow Federal Penitentiary Service,” Zakrayevska said.
Vasyl Soroka, the officer of Ukraine’s Security Service counter-intelligence, who sustained shrapnel arm wound, is in an isolated cell.

Andriy Eyder has shrapnel leg wound. Allegedly, his two cellmates help him go for a walk. Eyder received a cane.
The third wounded sailor is Andriy Artymenko, who is also in a cell with two neighbors, he has a shrapnel arm injury, whites of his eyes damaged.

“The therapist, surgeon, neurologist and infectious disease specialist examined each right after they arrived. They passed ECG, ultrasound, got tested. On December 3, an optician examined Artemenko… The hospital chief says their condition is stable and satisfactory,” the lawyer cited Pyatnytski.
As we reported earlier, the coast guard ships of the Russian Navy acted aggressively against the ships of the Ukrainian Navy, which have been carrying out a scheduled transition from Odesa port to Mariupol port in the Sea of Azov.   

‘Today, November 25, the ships of the Ukrainian Navy with two armored gunboats and a sea mule tugboat have been carrying out a scheduled transition from Odesa port to Mariupol port in the Sea of Azov. The intention to make the transition was informed in advance in accordance with international standards in order to ensure the safety of navigation. However, contrary to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea and the Treaty between Ukraine and the Russian Federation on cooperation in the use of the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait, the Russian coast guard ships - Sobol class patrol boat, Don border guard cruiser, Mangust class patrol boat and Suzdalets anti-submarine warfare ship performed blatantly aggressive acts against the ships of the Ukrainian Navy,’ reads the message. 
It is specified that Don border guard cruiser rammed the Ukrainian armored artillery boat, which led to the damage of the main engine, planting and accommodation rail, life float is lost. The Ukrainian Navy states that "the dispatcher service of the occupiers refuses to ensure the right of freedom of navigation, guaranteed by international agreements. 

The Ukrainian Navy states that "the dispatcher service of the occupiers refuses to ensure the right of freedom of navigation, guaranteed by international agreements." Thus, according to the Ukrainian side, Russia has once again demonstrated its aggressive nature and complete disregard for the norms of international law. 
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