Russian citizen Kalinin released from custody in Greece, flies to Moscow - embassy
ROME. March 7 (Interfax) - Russian citizen Yevgeny Kalinin, who was detained in Greece in late February at Ukraine's request, has been released from custody and has taken a plane to Moscow, the Russian embassy to Greece wrote on Twitter.
"Russian citizen Yevgeny Kalinin, who was detained in Greece on February 28 at Ukraine's request, was released from custody on March 6 and departed for Moscow," the embassy said.
The Greek authorities met Ukraine's request and arrested Russian energy specialist Kalinin who arrived in Athens on a business trip. The media said Kalinin was blacklisted by the notorious Ukrainian website Mirotvorets (Peacekeeper), which publishes personal data of people who visited Crimea or criticized the Ukrainian authorities.