Russia’s Investigative Committee claim to have evidence for the involvement of ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk in armed clashes in Chechnya. This was reported on the website of the TFR.

It is alleged clashes of December 31, 1994 on the area Minute in Grozny in February 1995.

According to media reports claim that Yatsenyuk participated in the torture and execution of captured Russian soldiers in Grozny on 7 January 1995.

In the Russian Sledkom note that the prepared materials to Interpol to declare Yatsenyuk in the international search.

The head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov said that Interpol rejected the request of Russia about the arrest Yatsenyuk.

27 Mar 2017 court of the Russian city 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 for attempted crime.

In September 2015, the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin said in an interview that his Agency suspects Yatsenyuk that he in 1994 he participated in the Chechen war.

Yatsenyuk, who was a student at Chernivtsi University, allegedly fought against Russian troops.




In Sledkom the Russian Federation insist that There are facts that Yatsenyuk fought in Chechnya 29.04.2017

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