The Simferopol District Court docket of Crimea sentenced Vladislav Yesipenko, a freelancer of the Crimean mission of the Ukrainian service of Radio Svoboda* “Krym.Realii “*, to 6 years in a minimal safety colony for working for particular providers of Ukraine, the Crimean division of the FSB of Russia reported.
Yesipenko was detained final March. He, in response to the FSB, was engaged in reconnaissance and subversive actions within the pursuits of Ukrainian intelligence.
In line with the FSB, Vladislav Yesipenko took photographs and movies of life help services and crowded locations on the peninsula. The detainee himself, in response to the FSB, admitted that he labored for the safety providers of Ukraine and saved an improvised explosive machine within the automotive “to make sure his personal security.
Vladislav Yesipenko was a freelancer of the Crimean mission of the Ukrainian service of Radio Svoboda* “Krym.Realii “*, in response to a supply within the legislation enforcement businesses. This was later confirmed by the Ukrainian prosecutor’s workplace, which opened a case in reference to the detention.
“The court docket discovered Vladislav Yesipenko responsible and sentenced him to 6 years in a common regime penal colony,” the press service stated.
* Radio Svoboda has overseas agent standing in Russia