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One of released Ukrainian prisoners has been taken to Security Service office

Source : 112 Ukraine

Dmytro Velyky was transferred to the police station in Pavlohrad
15:02, 29 June 2019
Ukrainian serviceman Dmytro Velyky
112 Agency
Dmytro Velyky who was released from the militants' captivity the day before and who is wanted on suspicion of desertion, has already been taken to the police office. Velyky stated this in his comments to 112 Ukraine, leaving the police office in Pavlohrad, Dnipropetrovsk region.

At night, Security Service of Ukraine officers came to the house where Dmytro lived with his parents.

"Yesterday I spent 15 minutes with my parents, when people with machine guns came, jumped over the fence. I just didn’t know right away what has happened, they knocked my father down. I said that I wouldn’t run away and asked them to let me get dressed at least, but they didn’t. They are employees of the Security Service," Velyky said.

He noted that he was not told anything and taken to the Security Service of Ukraine and kept there until 4 a.m. in the morning.
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“There were some other operators, they also took pictures. It was funny because there were several takes ... I didn’t hide anywhere and said that I want to talk with our law enforcement agencies, because I have information about the guys who are there”, Dmytro Velyky declared.

After visited the Security Service of Ukraine, the ex-prisoner was taken to the military prosecutor's office and from there - to the police ofice in Pavlograd. Dmytro noted that he refused to answer questions without a lawyer, and officers could not get through to him.

As reported, on June 28, four prisoners returned to Ukraine. The agreement on their release was reached in Minsk during Medvedchuk’s negotiations with so-called "LDNR" leaders Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik.

The last big exchange between Ukraine and the militants took place on December 27, 2017.
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