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Ukraine's security service puts minister of militants' republic on wanted list

The materials of the criminal case opened due to the crimes against the bases of the national and public security were sent to the court
16:01, 19 September 2018

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) put the "Prime Minister" of the so-called "Luhansk People's Republic" (LPR) Sergey Kozlov on the wanted list as the SBU reported on Facebook.

"Possibly the stunning career development in the "LRR" eclipsed the common sense of ex-colonel of the Civilian Defense Service or possible the traitor just waited for the right time. Anyway, he imbued the ideas of the independence of "the Donbas people" so much that firstly he proclaimed "the headquarters of the people's militia of LPR", then he had great "honor" and become "Prime Minister" of bandits," the SBU claimed.

Related: Minsk talks parties to talk withdrawal of forces, elections in 'republics' in Donbas

The materials of the criminal case were sent to the court.

"This not respectable person hides from the Ukrainian justice at the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk region; he put on the wanted list. The materials of the criminal case opened due to the crimes against the bases of the national and public security were sent to the court," the message said.

Related: Large-scale military exercises to take place in Donetsk People's Republic

As we reported the so-called “Luhansk People’s Republic” plans to pass the prisoners of Sukhodilsk penal colony convicted in 2014 to Ukraine.

On August 16, Iryna Gerashchenko stated that Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine, was ready to pardon the Russians kept in Ukraine in exchange for the Ukrainians kept in Russian Federation.

Reportedly, Lyudmyla Denisova, Ukraine’s Ombudsman, stated that 22 convicted Russians wrote Putin appeals with a request to exchange them for the Ukrainians political prisoners.

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