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28 October 2009
11:10:00
According to the results of negotiations with the authorities of Malta and within the Interdepartmental Group on the transfer of the ship Arctic Sea to the authorized representatives of the vessel flag, a meeting to develop procedures for such transfer took place at the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.
08 October 2009
10:00:00
The General Investigative Office of the Investigative Committee of the Prosecutor-General’s office of the Russian Federation continues to investigate a criminal case concerning the 24 July, 2009 hijacking of the vessel Arctic Sea, opened for signs of crime under part 3, article 227 of the Criminal Code and paragraph "a", part 3, article 126 of the Criminal Code (piracy and kidnapping, committed with violence and weapons by an organized group).
19 September 2009
15:00:00
Today a group of Russian investigators has left the ship Arctic Sea and will be delivered to Russia by air.
18 September 2009
19:03:00
The statement by A. Krasnoshtan, the Chairman of the Northern regional organization of the Russian trade union of sailors, which appeared in the Interfax news, about «the sailors forcibly held on board the vessel Arctic Sea and who continue their work against their will» is not true.
10 September 2009
12:35:00
After the investigation on board of the cargo ship Arctic Sea ends the vessel will be transferred to Las Palmas to representatives of the Republic of Malta, the flag state under which the ship sailed at the time of hijack.
27 August 2009
15:00:00
Today the General Investigative Office of the Investigative Committee of the Prosecutor-General’s Office has charged eight suspects of kidnapping of the Arctic Sea and piracy.
26 August 2009
14:37:00
Common in a number of foreign and Russian mass media sources information about alleged "secret mission of the Artic Sea " and concealment of truthful information about the criminal investigation of the kidnapping of crew members and piracy is not truthful.
21 August 2009
19:00:00
Today, at the request of the General Investigative Office of the Investigative Committee of the Prosecutor-General’s Office of the Russian Federation the court has taken into custody eight suspects of kidnapping the Russian citizens - the crew members of the Arctic Sea.

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