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SBU blocks illegal delivery of medication to occupied Donbas
21:16, 11 August 2017
SBU blocks illegal delivery of medication to occupied Donbas

The medication in occupied territories was sold through commercial bodies that paid “taxes” to terrorists

21:16, 11 August 2017

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The Security Service of Ukraine blocked illegal delivery of medication to occupied Donbas, as their press service informs.

According to the law enforcement agency, one of the organizers, a Kyiv oblast inhabitant, involved one of the leading pharmaceutical companies in Krarkiv oblast into the deal as a wholesale distributor.

The perpetrator brought the medication into an equipped warehouse in Donetsk oblast, near the boundary line. Then he himself transported the drugs onto the occupied territories.

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During the pre-trial investigation, it was established, that in DNR and LNR the medication was sold through commercial bodies registered in the pseudo-republics, and that they paid “taxes” to terrorists.

The man was detained when he was preparing to transport yet another delivery of medication across the boundary line. The pre-trial investigation under Part 2 Article 110 (Financing actions, committed in order to trespass against territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine).

Related: Two Ukrainian soldiers injured in Donbas this morning

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