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Monday, January 16, 2017

SK has declared excitation of criminal case against the leaders of “Right sector”


SK of the Russian Federation in its press release to the media reported about the criminal case against leaders and activists of banned in Russia Ukrainian organization “Right sector”.

The statement said that evidence of criminal activity defendants in the case – Dmitry Yarosh and Andriy Tarasenko, and Andrew Stanecki, Valery Voronov, Artem Skoropadsky, etc. received by the Department on investigation of crimes involving the use of prohibited means and methods of warfare of the GSM TFR in the interaction with the FSB and MVD of Russia.

The case was initiated under article “extremist organization”.

The consequence considers that “the Right sector”, guided by the views of Ukrainian nationalism, Russophobia and fascism, was aimed at “the provision by armed resistance to Moscow of aggression”, which is essentially the justification of violence for political, racial, national and religious reasons.

As the press release notes that the leadership of this organization and are currently planned and committed crimes aimed against Russia and its citizens, dipuchrezhdeny, the Russian-speaking population of Ukraine.

The investigation revealed that the organization comprised of 5 thousand fighters from Ukraine, Russia and other countries. When this cell is created not only in every region of Ukraine, but also in Europe and North America.

Also the RF IC noted that the defendants carried out their criminal activities by tacit approval and encouragement of the leadership of Ukraine.

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