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Ukraine's court convicts Finance Minister of occupied Donetsk in absentia, - Security Service

Also, she was put on the wanted list
16:18, 30 October 2018

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Zhovtnevy Court of Mariupol, Donetsk region, has convicted the so-called “Finance Minister of Donetsk People’s Republic” to ten years of the imprisonment in absentia as Ukraine’s Security Service reported.

“The law enforcers established that since November 2014, a citizen of temporarily occupied Donetsk is heading the fake “Finance Ministry” of the terrorists and actively promote the criminal activity of the illegal armed formations,” the message said.

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According to the law enforcers, the villain gathers the funds to the “republican budget”, carry out the orders of the heads of the militants and tutors from Russia, providing the functioning of the finance system of the pseudo-formation along with the “power unit”.

“The court found the villain guilty in the commitment in the crimes such as the terrorist act that led to the serious consequences and attack on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine that led to the death of people and convicted her to 10 years of the imprisonment,” the message said.

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The so-called “Finance Minister” is put on the wanted list.

According to the media, Kateryna Matyshchenko is currently holding this position.

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As we reported, the militants decreased the number of the attacks before the so-called elections to show that, allegedly, this “elections” are held in a democratic way.

Also, in Donetsk, the pro-Russian militants have released ex-member of the Party of Regions and secretary of the city council Serhiy Bohachev.

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