18 Poles looted humanitarian aid for Ukrainian soldiers
Polish Prosecutor General accuse them of misappropriation of 1.5 thousand blankets and mattresses
Polish Prosecutor General charged 18 soldiers and civilians with the misappropriation of government property during the delivery of humanitarian assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU), TVN 24.
Accusations are related to employees of military logistics base, situated in Warsaw. At least 1.5 thousand blankets and mattresses were missing. The consignment was sent by Polish Ministry of Defense in September 2014 in order to supply Ukrainian soldiers.
"Within the framework of the investigation charges were brought against 18 people, including eight former and current soldiers, seven civil servants and three civilians," stated Warsaw Deputy Public Prosecutor Richard Pylypovych.
Former head of composition in Warsaw is charged with abuse of power in order to achieve illegitimate personal or business gain, forgery and obstruction of criminal proceedings. He faces up to 10 years in prison.
As reported before, June 15 Warsaw had set off a humanitarian convoy, 22 trucks with 164 tons of aid for Donbas IDPs.
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