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Sunday, April 23, 2017

The leader of “Right sector” wanted for sabotage training in Moscow


Russian Ministry of internal Affairs began the search for leader of the Kiev branch of the banned in Russia organization “Right sector” Igor Mazur for the preparation of sabotage in the Metropolitan area. We will remind that last week the RF IC opened a criminal case under article “the extremist organization against a number of leaders and activists of “PS”.


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Igor Mazur

The leader of the Kiev branch of the “Right sector” Igor Mazur was preparing a provocation and sabotage in the Metropolitan area. Currently he is wanted, according to the portal Life citing a source in the interior Ministry of Russia.

According to the source, Mazur in the beginning of 2016 arrived on the territory of Russia and started to recruit activists for organizing riots in Moscow.

In addition to Mazur under development were Ukrainian lawyer Alexander Zolotukhin and Kiev lawyer Nicholas Beeler. What they are suspected not reported.

Meanwhile, the last entry Mazur in Facebook (from September 30) reports that he “sent to Luhansk region with’ fresh lard, military ammunition, a stove, kitchenware and spare parts for “Field”.

We will remind that on September 30 last week of SK of the Russian Federation issued a statement on initiation of criminal case against leaders and activists of the “Right sector”. Defendants in the case were Dmitry jarosz Andrei Tarasenko, Andrew Stanecki, Valery Voronov, Artem Skoropadsky. They are accused of use of prohibited means and methods of warfare.

That report said that the leadership of the organization and is currently hatching plans aimed against Russia and its citizens, dipuchrezhdeny, etc.

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