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Ukraine's Security Service puts Russian mercenary known as Abkhaz on wanted list

Source : 112 Ukraine

In 2014, when the war in Donbas began, the Russian citizen founded and led the illegal armed formation called "Pyatnashka International Brigade"
21:54, 28 January 2021

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The SBU, Security Service of Ukraine announced that a Russian mercenary, the founder and leader of the Pyatnashka terrorist organization is now on the wanted list. The man is also suspected of torturing captured Ukrainian servicemen. The press office of the Main Department of the Security Service of Ukraine in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions reported that on January 28.

Counter-intelligence and investigators of the SBU found out that In 2014 when the war in Donbas began, the Russian citizen founded and led the illegal armed formation called "Pyatnashka International Brigade." They fought on the side of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic. 
 
 
Currently, the militant known by the alias of Abkhaz is hiding either in the occupied part of the Donetsk region or the non-recognized Republic of Abkhazia. 
 

Earlier, we reported that Russia and the U.S. are facing serious differences in terms of the approach to the solution of the Donbas conflict. But that doesn't halt the dialogue between them much. Dmitriy Peskov, the Russian presidential press secretary said so as quoted by TASS.

"The used phrases reflect positions of the sides. Of course, different explanations show that there are serious differences in this regard. But the key thing is that there's a readiness to continue the dialogue to discuss these differences," he said.

Peskov explained that during the conversation between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin, the presidents discussed the ongoing conflict in Donbas. The Kremlin posed it as a domestic Ukrainian conflict, while the American side said the U.S. "supported Ukraine's sovereignty in the face of the ongoing Russian aggression.

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