With a suspect in the murder Sheremeta took the bracelet, media reported

A Ukrainian court on Monday was allowed to remove an electronic bracelet with a suspect in the murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet nurses Jana Dugar, she was allowed to move around the country, according to the website of "Hromadske radio".

Earlier on Monday, the Kyiv appeal court upheld the detention until July 23, a suspect in the murder Sheremet Andrei Antonenko. In addition, the Pechersky district court of Kiev refused to change the measure of restraint for the suspect in this case Yulia Kuzmenko, which the court previously upheld the detention until 24 July.

"A suspect in the murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet Yana, Dugar softened the measure of restraint: removed an electronic bracelet and allowed to move around the country", - writes the edition.

It is noted that Dogar and her lawyers are partially satisfied with the decision, because the measure was softened, however, said they would continue to prove the innocence of Dugar to business.

In December 2019, the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said that Netpolice detained suspects in the murder Sheremet. According to investigators, were involved at least five people, among them participants of military operations in the Donbass. Three people were detained. The basic version of murder the consequence called destabilizing the socio-political situation in the country. Later, the lawyer of one of the suspects, Andrei Antonenko, Leonid Maslov informed of the change in the wording of suspicion in the case, according to which the organizers of the murder are considered unidentified individuals who acted for personal reasons. Later the lawyer of the suspect Jana Dugar Nikolay Orekhov said that the pre-trial investigation into the murder Sheremeta completed.

Sheremet died July 20, 2016 in Kiev as a result of the car bomb. He's about 10 years working on Russian television, including on the First channel, the last five years lived in Kiev, worked in the Internet edition "Ukrainian truth", and "Radio News".