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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Natspolitsiya of Ukraine opened a case under “the abduction” Crimean saboteur Panova

As indicated in the message a press-services of the NHRI, the criminal proceedings on the fact of theft on the territory of Crimea the inhabitant of the Zaporozhye area opened on the request of the family Panova.

Ukrainian investigators from the city of Energodar qualified incident under article 146 of the Criminal code of Ukraine (“illegal imprisonment or kidnapping”). Acting national police head of Vadim Troyan has assured compatriots that the Ukrainian authorities take all necessary measures for “quick, complete and unbiased ascertain the circumstances of the Commission of the crime.”

Address of relatives Evgenia Panova, whom the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation declared the leader of a sabotage group of the Main intelligence Directorate of the General staff of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine, came to the police on August 10. The information has been entered in the Unified register of pre-judicial investigations.

The driver of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (city of Energodar) Evgeny Panov, the detainee along with several citizens of Russia and Ukraine in the Crimea on suspicion in the attempt to commit a series of terrorist acts already gives grateful evidences.

During the arrest of the alleged DRG was shot dead two Russian servicemen. Russian President Vladimir Putin in connection with these incidents, noted that “Ukraine has transferred to the practice of terror.”

The Return Of The Crimea. Chronicle of events

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