Also, a little later, the activist’s daughter, Natalya Prikhodko, reported that her mother had also been detained:
“I don’t know anything, I don’t know where they were taken. They took not only my father, but my mother as well.”
There were no official comments by Russian law enforcement agencies.
According to preliminary data, Nazim Sheikhmambetov will provide legal assistance to the Prikhodko family.
Later, it became known, that the pro-Ukrainian activist Oleh Prikhodko, was accused by FSB officers of articles of the Russian Criminal Code 223.1 (“illegal manufacture of explosives”) and 205 (“terrorist act”).
Lawyer Nazim Sheikhmambetov reported on accusations, as cited by “Krym. Realii.”
He also said that the wife of the detained activist Lyubov Prikhodko is a witness in the case.
According to preliminary data, Oleh Prikhodko is now in department of the Russian FSB in occupied Simferopol.