Russian investigation in the framework of a fabricated case against former Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk accused Moscow’s alleged involvement in the First Chechen war on the side of Chechen separatists, invented “evidence” of his “participation” in the Transnistrian conflict 25 years ago. About this in his Facebook reported the press Secretary of the former head Minister Olga Lappo.
“Now the Kremlin games of crooked justice accuses Arseniy Yatsenyuk to participate in the fighting in Transnistria. With the goal of “full and objective investigation” of the “Chechen cases Yatsenyuk” Russian “investigators” found a photograph of members of the UNA-UNSO, 1992 in Transnistria. It “rosekspert” are “able” to identify Yatsenyuk,” she said.
Lappo also published a photo of “the investigation” on the basis of which the court in the Russian Yessentuki in March 2017 passed the decision on correspondence arrest eks-a premiere.
On one of pages of material portrait Yatsenyuk is mapped to a blurry photo of an unknown man in the glasses is supposedly fighter of the UNA-UNSO. In the “conclusions of the expert” noted that the photographs “probably depict the same face.”
Photo: Facebook Olga Lappo
Interesting is the fact that in the fighting in Transnistria UNA-UNSO fought on the side of the Kremlin-backed separatists.
In comments to the Ukrainian truth Lappo explained that the published material it was fabricated cases were received recently and are being studied.
In September 2015, the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin said that Yatsenyuk fought against Russian soldiers in Chechnya in 1994-1995.
27 March 2017, the court of Yessentuki took the decision “arrest in absentia” Yatsenyuk. Ex-Premier charged with alleged participation in an armed group, premeditated murder under aggravating circumstances, he also is charged with the responsibility for the preparation of a crime and attempted crime.
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