The sentence Karpiuk and Klychu indicates the conditional readiness of Russia to fulfill Minsk agreements – Klympush-Tsintsadze

Приговор Карпюку и Клыху свидетельствует об условной готовности РФ выполнять минские договоренности, - Климпуш-Цинцадзе

The verdict of the Supreme court of Chechnya Ukrainians Nikolay Karpyuk and Stanislav Klychu, 22.5 and sentenced to 20 years of penal colony for alleged participation in the hostilities on the side of Chechen separatists in the 1990s, suggests that the Russian Federation very conditionally ready to perform the Minsk agreement. About it on air of TV channel “112 Ukraine”, said Deputy Prime Minister for European integration Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze.

“I think this sentence (Karpiuk and Klychu – ed.) is very conditional confirms Russia’s readiness to fulfill the Minsk agreements. The step that took place yesterday with Savchenko still don’t look the system on the part of Russia. This means that it is constantly necessary additional mobilization for us to make our efforts and the efforts of partners to continue to put pressure on Russia,” she said.

We will remind, Stanislav Cliche detained in September 2014 on the territory of the Russian Federation, when the Ukrainian journalist came to visit the pregnant girl. In March 2014, was arrested the leader of Ukrainian national Assembly (UNA) Mykola Karpyuk.

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Russian investigators claim that in 1994 Karpyuk together with Dmitry korchinskiy and members of UNA-UNSO arrived on the territory of Chechnya allegedly to carry out attacks and murder of citizens, members of the Armed forces of the Russian Federation, and also employees of law enforcement bodies”. In addition, RF IC state that Karpyuk together with Alexander Muzychko led a band called “Viking”, which ostensibly included Dmitry Yarosh and Stanislav Klyh.

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In February 2016, the Russian human rights organization “memorial” has recognized Karpyuk and Cliche political prisoners.

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