MOSCOW, June 1 (RAPSI) – The Moscow City Court on Tuesday reduced a two-year jail sentence imposed on Pavel Zelensky, a camera-control engineer of a foundation founded by Alexey Navalny and recognized as foreign agent, for calls for extremism by one month, RAPSI was told in the court’s press service.

He is also prohibited from performing activites related to administering websites of information and communications networks for two years.

In April, Zelensky was found guilty in the extremism case. According to investigators, Zelensky published two posts containing threats against Russia’s high-ranking officials on his Twitter account.