Interpol has rejected the petition of Russia on the international wanted list of former Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who is arrested in absentia the court of Yessentuki on charges of banditry. The refusal was reported in the Facebook head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov, who called the request of Russian law enforcement officers is ludicrous.
Information about contacting Interpol to April 28, was confirmed by the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation. Later refinements were made by the Investigative Committee, which announced that intends to bring Yatsenyuk to criminal liability in several episodes during the war in Chechnya.
In particular, the UK reported that has evidence of the involvement Yatsenyuk to participate in armed clashes on the square Minute and 31 December 1994, in February 1995. According to Russian investigators, Yatseniuk also participated in the torture and executions of captured Russian military Oktyabrsky district of Grozny on 7 January 1995.
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