The appeal of the civilian corps "Azov-Crimea" leader Krasnov will be considered September 15, according to the report of the Kyiv Appeal Court press service.

“Consideration of the appeal filed in favor of the leader of public organization Civil Corps "Azov-Crimea" Stanislav Krasnov, postponed until September 15, 2016 (15:00) for the suspect Krasnov was not delivered to the court hearing,” the report says.

Stanislav Krasnov was arrested in Kiev district by the Security Service of Ukraine SBU in the night of February 28th.

According to the SBU, Krasnov has worked for the Russian Federation since 2014. He provided Russia with the "Azov" regiment lists and met with his Russian curator in the Republic of Belarus. Krasnov has confirmed that he had contacts with foreign intelligence services, but maintains that it was in the interests of Ukraine.