“Aharkov safely returned home from through the Hoptivka border
checkpoint in the Kharkiv region at about 11.30 p.m.,” the ministry said.
It was reported earlier that Aharkov had been placed at a special
temporary detention center for foreigners in Yelizavetovka, the Voronezh
region, on July 18.
Aharkov, who traveled to Voronezh to cover an investigation against
Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko, was arrested on July 18 for working
without the Russian Foreign Ministry’s accreditation.