Son of owner of Luhansk distillery plant, who fought in Donbas, detained in Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

A man has the identity card of a veteran of hostilities received by Derzhak from the bodies of the Russian Federation
18:04, 26 June 2019

The law enforcers detained a son of the owner of Luhansk distillery plant Luga-Nova. He fought in Donbas against Ukraine as Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko reported on Facebook.

Dmytry Derzhak turned out to be a detainee. He is a deputy director of the plant and he is a son of Director-General Leonid Derzhak.

Related: Seven Ukrainian soldiers wounded in Donbas over 24 hours

The law enforcers established that the detainee was “a sponsor of the terrorists of Luhansk People’s Republic”. The man lived in a country recently. During the searches, the Security Service of Ukraine found the identity card of the veteran of hostilities received by Derzhak from the bodies of the Russian Federation.

Besides, the law enforcers found the identity card of the serviceman issued by the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic.

Related: About half of Ukrainians wants occupied Donbas to have autonomy status, - survey

Earlier we reported that the militants of the so-called “DNR” stated they captured Ukrainians who were allegedly ordered to kill a serviceman with a nickname “Lenin”.

Moreover, the first stage of the withdrawal of the Ukrainian detachments under the surveillance of the OSCE mission took place in Stanytsya Luhanska.

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