Yatsenyuk in Chechnya: SBU declared wanted by the investigator of the Russian Federation

Яценюк в Чечне: СБУ объявила в розыск следователя РФ

SBU was declared wanted by the Russian investigator who opened the case against Yatsenyuk

Employee of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation is hiding from Ukrainian law enforcement officers from 27 March this year.

The security service of Ukraine declared wanted Russian investigator Arthur najmanova, opened a criminal case against former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk for alleged involvement in the Chechen war. Information about search published on the website of the Ministry of internal Affairs.

Provided that an employee of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation is hiding from Ukrainian law enforcement officers from 27 March this year.

Him in absentia charged with suspicion under article “attraction obviously innocent to criminal responsibility, coupled with the accusation of committing a grave or especially grave crimes, as well as accompanied with artificial creation of prosecution evidence or any other falsification” and “the imposition by the judge of obviously illegal decision” of the Criminal code. The measure of restraint to the suspect was not elected.

According to the Ukrainian law enforcement authorities, the investigator Naiman involved in falsification of criminal proceedings against Yatsenyuk, the leader of the organization “Brotherhood” Dmitry Korchinsky, the extra fractional Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, former leader of the party “Right sector” Dmitry Yarosh and the coordinator of the nationalist organization “C14” Sergey Mazur.

As reported Корреспондент.netin November 2015, the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin said that Yatsenyuk was supposedly fought in Chechnya against Russia. According to him, “the investigation has established that in the period 1994-1995 as part of the punitive detachment of Argo, and then Viking, led by Alexander Muzychko, against servicemen of the Russian armed forces fought Arseniy Yatsenyuk”.

Earlier, the court of the Russian city of Yessentuki in absentia was taken into custody Yatsenyuk. The arrest was connected with the charges under three articles of the Criminal code of the Russian Federation, including participation in an armed group.

In Russia has said that Yatsenyuk fought in Transnistria

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