The juvenile citizen of Russia, who on Monday was sentenced by the district court of Oslo to nine months in prison, refused to have meetings and contacts with employees of the Russian Embassy in Norway.
“Despite various measures taken by the Embassy attempts to provide the necessary assistance to Russian citizen caught in a difficult situation for him, he refused to have meetings and contacts with the Embassy staff”, – is spoken in the comment of the Russian Embassy in Norway, published on the Facebook page.
It is noted that the citizen of the Russian Federation left Russia in the age of 10 and since then permanently lives in Norway.
The report also says that to date, “neither the defense nor the prosecution has not announced his intention to appeal the verdict”.
On Monday, district court of Oslo found a Russian citizen guilty of violating article 191(b) of the criminal code of Ukraine (“illegal possession of firearms etc with intent to commit a serious criminal offence”) and sentenced him to 9 months imprisonment, was recalled to the Russian Embassy in Norway, noting that seven of these young people have served in pre-trial detention.
Earlier, Norwegian media reported that we are talking about 17-year-old teenager who was arrested in April in Oslo with an improvised explosive device.