Roman Sushchenko

Ukrainian journalist Sushchenko thanks for support

Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko, who was illegally detained in Moscow, thanks for the support and is impressed with its scale, as his lawyer Mark Feygin wrote this on Twitter after the meeting with Roman, according to Ukrinform agency. "I've just visited Roman

Russia officially charges Ukrainian journalist Sushchenko of espionage

“The charges have been brought against him,” Sushchenko’s lawyer Mark Feygin said, according to Ukrinform. According to Feygin, Roman Sushchenko was not allowed to see his lawyer and thus he doesn’t plan to give evidence to the investigator on Friday. He also added

Lawyer Feygin says Moscow may want to exchange Ukrainian journalist

"I think it is fair to assume that they want to convict Sushchenko and exchange him for someone who is held in Kyiv," he said in an interview, according to Interfax-Ukraine. Answering the question if Sushchenko is another Ukrainian hostage in the

Only international pressure can help release Ukrinform journalist detained in Russia – lawyer

"At first, we need to see the condition Sushchenko is in. Secondly, the nuances that relate to his case, then it will be possible to build some further tactics. International pressure is the only way that works to release at least someone

Ukrainian MFA demands release of journalist arrested in Russia

"We demand that Russia observe the rights of the Ukrainian citizen, immediately grant Ukrainian consular officials access to the detainee in accordance with the obligations assumed by Russia under international law, and also his immediate release and unimpeded return to his Motherland,"

Moscow court rules to arrest Ukrinform journalist for two months

Members of Russian NGO Public Monitoring Commission of Moscow found Ukrainian Ukrinform news agency journalist Roman Sushchenko being remanded in custody at the Lefortovo pre-trial detention facility, UNAIN reports. The Lefortovo court ruled to detain him on accusations of espionage (Article 276