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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

The investigative Committee opened a criminal case against the Minister of defence of Ukraine


The investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case against the Minister of defence of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak. Interestingly, this happened a couple of days after the Prosecutor General of Ukraine opened a case against the head of the defense Ministry Sergei Shoigu and declared him on the international wanted list.

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As reported on the TFR website, the Ukrainian military has repeatedly violated the agreement of the trilateral contact group.

“In particular, soldiers of the National guard of Ukraine and Armed forces of Ukraine were occasional sighting shelling of civilian infrastructure, which are not military objectives in these areas, with the use of heavy weapons with high hitting properties”, – stated in the message.

According to the Investigative Committee, the orders to fire at civilians of Donbass gave the Minister of defence of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak, chief of defense General staff of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko and a number of other high ranking Ukrainian military. Concerning them criminal case under article “Application of prohibited means and methods of warfare”.

Note that a few days ago, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine opened a criminal case against Russian defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and 17 Russian officials, simultaneously announcing them in international search.

Read in the material “MK”: What will happen Shoigu, when Ukraine declared in the international search

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