The Kremlin-controlled Leninsky District Court of Sevastopol extended the arrest of Crimeans Vladimir Dudka and Aleksei Bessarabov, who are accused of plotting sabotage in the territory of the Crimea, for two months, that is, until May 8, according to reports of the Crimean human rights group.

The human rights activists informed that the decision was made by Judge Victor Klimakov.

Earlier it was reported about the extension of the arrest for two months to another detained Crimean - Dmitry Shtyblikov.

Earlier, November 9 in Sevastopol, FSB officers detained the so-called "sabotage-terrorist group, operating on the instructions of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine." Later it turned out that the "Ukrainian saboteurs" detained by the invaders in Crimea were the experts of the analytical center "Nomos" Dmitry Shtyblikov and Aleklsei Bessarabov, as well as intelligence veteran Vladimir Dudka.

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