26 May 2012, 09:19

Detained Russian bikers to come home Sunday

Detained Russian bikers to come home Sunday

Four Russian bikers detained in Iraq on May 20 will travel home on May 27, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on Saturday. The bikers are currently in Russia’s Embassy and awaiting visas to be able to leave the country. The bikers had been arrested and charged with espionage as their visas appeared to be fake.

Four Russian bikers detained in Iraq on May 20 will travel home on May 27, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stated on Saturday.

The bikers are currently in Russia’s Embassy and awaiting visas to be able to leave the country.

The bikers had been arrested and charged with espionage as their visas appeared to be fake. They spent almost five days in a military prison in Baghdad.

Russian bikers still unable to leave Iraq

The Russian bikers that have been released from jail in Iraq have so far been unable to leave the Arab country, since they need new visas, according to the Rossiya-24 television channel.

The motorcyclists spent almost five days in a military prison in Baghdad. They were arrested on May 20th due to visa problems. It transpired that they had fake visas to enter Iraq, although they applied to a travel agency for the visas. If this is proved to be true, criminal proceedings may be initiated against the intermediary.

The bikers are currently at the Russian Embassy in Baghdad. The Russian Foreign Ministry proved quite instrumental in securing their release.

Released Russian bikers may leave Iraq for Russia later today

The Russian bikers that have been released from Iraqi jail may leave Iraq for Russia as early as later today.They are currently at the Russian Embassy in Baghdad. This has been confirmed by Russian diplomats.

The four bikers are currently staying at the Russian Embassy in Baghdad. According to diplomats, they all feel well. The bikers have been held in an Iraqi military prison for almost five days after they were detained on May 20th due to visa problems.

It transpired later that the bikers used the services of a travel agency to get the Iraqi entry visa.

Vesti.ru

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