IOC decides against stripping late Russian freestyle wrester of 2012 Olympics silverSport October 24, 17:26
LPR blames Kiev for trying to rewrite Minsk accords with help of roadmapWorld October 24, 17:16
Crew of Russian tanker released in Libya — Chechen leaderWorld October 24, 17:11
Expert calls to increase share of innovative products in Russian economy from 12% to 30%Business & Economy October 24, 16:58
Moscow says West is using mediasphere to stage aggressive anti-Russian campaignsRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 24, 16:50
Novak: Freezing or reducing oil production allows avoiding oil market shortageBusiness & Economy October 24, 16:22
Russian Helicopters to build pilot training center in Peru by end of 2017Military & Defense October 24, 15:57
Russian expert suggests Kiev needs to begin direct talks with DonbassWorld October 24, 15:43
Ankara confirms permits for South Stream will be valid for Turkish Stream as wellBusiness & Economy October 24, 15:40
LONDON, August 29. /TASS/. Ukrainian national Vadim Bezkorovainy, living in Great Britain, has pleaded not guilty of preparing an attack on the Russian Embassy in London, the BBC Russian Service reported.
"On Friday, Bezkorovainy, who is in custody, appeared before London’s Central Criminal Court by means of a video communication. The judge asked him whether he agreed or disagreed with the charge. Vadim Bezkorovainy confirmed his name in English and said he does not consider himself guilty," the report said.
The prosecution believes the 33-year-old Briton living in Luton was involved in preparing an act of terrorism. The Crown Prosecution Service said the suspect had been planning an attack on the Russian Embassy in London in the period from January 27 to March 15, 2014.
The BBC reported that the first hearing on that case took place in the Old Bailey criminal court on June 5.
Ukraine’s embassy said the accused has not turned to the diplomatic mission for consular assistance.
Consideration of the case on the merits is to start November 2 in the Central Criminal Court and last 3-4 weeks.