3 Ukrainian paratrooper, who were detained for illegal crossing of the Russian border to Crimea, will voluntarily remain in Russia to address the issue of Their transfer to Ukraine, They were provided with food, clean sheets and air conditioning, informs the Crimean Border Department of the FSB of Russia.
before the Ministry has indicated it is prepared to give Ukraine military after Their involvement in punishable under the administrative code for illegal crossing of the Russian border. Advisor to the head of the SBU Yury Tandit stated that the Ministry of defence is required to investigate why Ukrainian Marines in Crimea. The Ministry of defence of Ukraine informed that conducts official investigation.
"Border management continues to make contact with Ukrainian border guards to verify the readiness of Ukraine to pass through the border soldiers, as well as to ensure that Their life and health in Ukraine is not threatened. In the absence of money and documents Marines voluntarily expressed a desire to be within the Russian Federation to address the issue of transmission " - inform Russian border guards.
according to the FSB, the Marines placed in normal conditions, and provided them three meals a day, have air conditioning, beds, clean linen.
3 Ukrainian paratroopers of the 79th separate airmobile brigade, who illegally crossed the Russian border, were caught on the first day of the week. Tied them on technological dam across the lake Sivash without documents. Choose paratroopers explained own thing desire to chat with Russian Marines, which they have seen many times on the other coast of the Sivash.
Crimea and located on the Crimean Peninsula Sevastopol became the Russian regions in March 2014 after a referendum in which over 90% of residents voted for secession from Ukraine and reunification with Russia. In the capital of Russia notice that the referendum in Crimea complies with international law and the UN Charter. The authorities of the EU and U.S. will not recognize the results of the referendum, and Ukraine still considers Crimea its, but at the time occupied territory.