It was stated by Chief Military Prosecutor Anatoliy Matios during the briefing, Interfax.
Currently, Military Prosecution is collecting evidence about 5 thousand of law enforcement staff and 3 thousand soldiers, who joined the hostile side.
These information is going to be accumulated into a joined database. Then the proceeding will be started in order to unleash violence and stop the armed aggression of Russian Federation. Therefore, it is the basis for the submission of evidence to international institutions.
Chief Military Prosecutor stated that among the people, who joined militants’ rows, there are Ukrainians, who currently stay in Crimea.
As was reported before, Military Prosecution filed a lawsuit against former MP of the Crimean parliament Vasyl Hanysh, accusing him of treason, deliberately committed at the expense of the sovereignty, territorial integrity and inviolability of the state.