Kyiv Themis gave the go-ahead for the criminal prosecution of two more high-ranking Russian military
The Pechersk court of Kiev allowed a special pre-trial investigation against the deputy commander-in-chief of the Russian Navy, Alexander Fedotenkov, and the head of the Coastal Forces of the Black Sea Fleet, Alexander Ostrikov, both of whom were put on the state wanted list, reports RIA News Post Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office.
“Pre-trial investigation established that Alexander Fedotenkov and Alexander Ostrikov in February-March 2014 of the year, acting on preliminary agreement by a group of people with other Russian authorities who committed deliberate actions to change the borders of the territory and state border of Ukraine, inclined the servicemen of the armed forces of Ukraine to commit treason and contributed to waging an aggressive war against Ukraine ",
The ministry added that at the end of the preliminary investigation, the “indictments against Fedotenkov and Ostrikov will be submitted to the court for conviction in absentia.”
The Ukrainian Criminal Code provides for the commission of these crimes long-term imprisonment, up to life.
Recall recently that adviser to the Russian president, Sergei Glazyev, was announced in the search for similar “offenses”.
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