Russian border guards detained a Ukrainian in Crimea

The Russians claim they have found an "extremist literature" with him.

11 October 2016 12:56

Russian border guards detained a 34-year-old citizen of Ukraine at the checkpoint "Dzhankoy" (temporarily Russian-occupied territory of Crimea), Reportedly, they have found the literature considered to be extremist in Russia, TASS reports with reference to the border Department of the FSB in Crimea.

“Among the possessions of a 34-year-old man (a passenger of Fiat car – TASS note) was found the book, a collection of extremist lectures,” reads the statement.

The border guards have also found the edition of 2011 entered into the list of literature banned the Russian Federation.

Russian law enforcement agencies are currently conducting the investigation, reads the report. The literature found with the detainee has not been specified.

It was reported earlier that Russian FSB has detained about 50 people, put "on international and federal wanted lists," at checkpoints at the administrative border between the occupied Crimea and Ukraine since the beginning of 2016. 

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