"The decision was made to select a preventive measure in the form of detention for two months from the moment of detention of Mosiychuk in Russia, or from the moment of his extradition to the territory of Russia," the statement said.
The publication noted that in December 2019, Moscow accused the ex-MP of assaulting the Russian embassy in Kyiv in 2016 under art. 360 of the Criminal Code (attack on persons or institutions that enjoy international protection). He was put on the wanted list.
As we reported before, The Russian media launched a ‘significant disinformation campaign’ against the West in order to increase the impact of coronavirus, cause panic and sow distrust, according to a European Union document dated March 16
"The main goal of the Kremlin misinformation is to aggravate the public health crisis in Western countries. In line with the Kremlin’s broader strategy of trying to undermine European societies," - the document prepared by the European External Relations Service stated.