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Crimea’s prosecutor’s office begins criminal proceeding toward illegal arrest of pro-Ukrainian activist

The ground for the opening of the criminal proceeding is the appeal of Ukraine’s President Representative in Crimea
13:21, 11 October 2019

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The Prosecutor’s Office of annexed Crimea has opened the criminal proceeding to the illegal detention of pro-Ukrainian activist in the temporarily occupied peninsula as the prosecutor’s office reported.

It is noted that earlier the activist suffered from the illegal actions of the law enforcers of Russia in 2016. Besides, in 2019, the house of the man was illegally searched.

“The ground for the opening of the criminal proceeding is the appeal of Ukraine’s President Representative in Crimea Anton Korynevych,” the message said.

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The criminal proceeding is opened due to illegal detention.

On October 10, pro-Ukrainian activist Oleh Prykhodko from Saky was detained in annexed Crimea.

Russian FSB has accused Ukrainian Oleh Prykhodko of preparing the explosion in the administrative building of Saky.

In February 2019, the Russian security forces searched pro-Ukrainian activist Oleh Prykhodko in the village of Orekhovo, Saksky district of Crimea. The security officers seized Ukrainian symbolism, the flags of Svoboda Party, red and black flags, portrait of Stepan Bandera, equipment and home CDs. After the search, Prykhodko was taken to Simferopol, where he was questioned about his activities and connections on the mainland of Ukraine.

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