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Detained in Poland far-right Mazur bailed out by Consul of Ukraine

Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported that Igor Mazur was handed over on bail to Consul General of Ukraine in Lublin
21:15, 10 November 2019
 
Detained in Poland far-right Igor Mazur, one of the UNA-UNSO far-right organization leaders, was handed over on bail to the Consul General of Ukraine in Lublin. Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported this on her Facebook page.

"An employee of the Verkhovna Rada Secretariat for human rights (Igor Mazur) was handed over on bail to the Consul General of Ukraine in Lublin. He will stay at the Consulate General while waiting and considering the extradition request," the statement said.
 
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Igor Mazur was detained in Poland. The detention was conducted at the request of Russia. Former MP Ihor Mosiychuk reported this on Facebook.

"They just confirmed to me that a participant in our national liberation war in the east, a well-known activist Igor Mazur was detained on the territory of Poland in Warsaw, at the request of the Russian Federation," Mosiychuk stated.

Polish border guards detained Mazur on the Polish side of the Dorohusk checkpoint.

“He is not allowed to see the Ukrainian consul and is not provided with a lawyer. On Monday, the issue of taking Igor into custody for extradition to Russia will be decided,” said Andriy Mamalyga on Facebook.
 
 
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