Ukrainian law enforcers instituted criminal proceedings against Zhirinovsky and Zyuganov
According to Shkiryak, the leaders of the LDPR and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation are charged with "financing actions aimed at changing the borders of the territory and state border of Ukraine." The adviser promised that he will reveal more detailed information later.
However, this information has already appeared in Facebook on the page of the Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov himself.
Further Avakov gives the text of the resolution of the investigator, from which it follows that “that in the period from May to July 2014, the Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Zyuganov G.A. , as well as a citizen of the Russian Federation Zhirinovsky V. V. carried out the material support of the illegal activities of the representatives of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic ”.
In this regard, the investigation suggests that both politicians may be involved "in the criminal actions of the representatives of the so-called Lugansk People's Republic", who forcibly seek to "change the constitutional order, change the borders of the territory or state border of Ukraine", which ultimately led "To numerous human casualties, large-scale destruction and other grave consequences."
Recall that in early July, the SBU opened a case against presidential adviser Sergei Glazyev, accusing him of calling for "a military conflict."
22 July launched criminal proceedings against Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Russian entrepreneur Konstantin Malofeev on suspicion of creating "militarized or armed groups not provided for by law."
Avakov himself, as is known, is being accused in a criminal case initiated by the Russian investigative committee. He is charged with criminal actions against the civilian population of the east of Ukraine. By the decision of the Basmanny Court, the head of the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs was arrested in absentia.
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