The corresponding appeal is posted on the “Right Sector” page on the social network VKontakte, ITAR-TASS reports.
“Ukrainians have always supported the liberation struggle of the Chechen and other peoples of the Caucasus. Now it’s time for you to support Ukraine. As the leader of the "Right Sector" I urge you to intensify the struggle. Russia is not as strong as it seems, ”says Yarosh’s appeal.
Later, the relevant community was blocked at the request of Roskomnadzor.
The appeal was accompanied by a photograph of a man in military uniform - probably a snapshot of Yarosh himself from the time of the first Chechen company, when he was among several militants from Ukraine who participated in hostilities against Russian troops in Chechnya.
The statement responded to the Foreign Ministry. “The Ukrainian neo-fascist Yarosh called for the help of the terrorist Umarov. On such "democrats" in Ukraine does the West bet? Will there be a reaction from there? ”Wrote Konstantin Dolgov, the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law, in his Twitter microblog.
Doku Umarov - one of the most dangerous
x Chechen terrorists who claimed responsibility for the terrorist acts committed on the territory of the Russian Federation. Among them are bombings in the Moscow metro in 2010 and an explosion at Domodedovo airport in 2011.
In 2010, the US officially included Doku Umarov on the list of international terrorists, and on 2011, the UN Security Council included Doku Umarov on the list of terrorists associated with al-Qaeda.
The representative of the UN Secretary-General, Martin Nesirky, promised that the organization would monitor the development of this situation.