The leader of the radical Ukrainian organization Right Sector, Dmitry Yarosh, was put on the international wanted list by Interpol. The announcement is posted on the website of the international organization.
Two photos of Yarosh are posted on the Interpol website - color and black and white. All who have information about him are asked to contact the law enforcement authorities.
Yarosh imputed "public calls for terrorism." The order was issued at the request of the Russian side.
In April of this year, the National Central Bureau of Interpol of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia sent documents to the international search of Yarosh to Interpol.
What is accused Yarosh
5 March The Investigation Committee of the Russian Federation accused Dmitry Yarosh in absentia under the h. 2 Art. 205.2 of the Criminal Code and h. 2 Art. 280 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (public calls for terrorist and extremist activities committed using the media). According to the investigation, in his speeches Yarosh publicly calls on anti-Russian forces for extremist actions and terror in Russia. On March 12, the Basmanny Court of Moscow, in the framework of this criminal case, in absentia authorized the arrest of Yarosh.
On March 14, the Central Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee for the North Caucasus Federal District initiated a criminal case against Yarosh, Oleg Tyagnibok (leader of the Svoboda Party) and other members of the Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian National Self-Defense Organization (UNA-UNSO) for participating in actions in Chechnya on the side of the ringleaders of terrorists Shamil Basayev and Khattab. The defendants in this criminal case are suspected of committing crimes under Part 1 and Part 2 Art. 209 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (the creation of a stable armed group in order to attack citizens, lead such a group and participate in its attacks).
Investigation of the criminal cases united in one proceeding is entrusted to the head investigative department of the Investigative Committee for the North Caucasus Federal District.