Ukrainian released from Donbas captivity faces suspicion in desertion

Source : 112 Ukraine

State Security Service passed Dmytro Velyky to Military Prosecutor's Office - soon after Russian occupants agreed to release him
09:33, 30 June 2019

Ukrainian serviceman Dmytro Velyky
112 Agency

Ukrainian citizen Dmytro Velyky, recently released from the Russian mercenaries' captivity in Donbas is now at the mercy of Military Prosecutor's Office in Dnipropetrovsk region. The man is suspected in deserting his military unit; SBU, the State Security Service reported this, handing him over to the Military Prosecutor's Office.

"SBU workers found out that one of the citizens, released by militants June 28 is wanted (...) under suspicion of committing a crime envisaged in Part 4, Article 407 of Ukraine's Criminal Code (desertion)', reads the message.

Related: One of Ukrainians released from captivity wanted on suspicion of desertion

After he came to Kyiv International Airport, Velyky was allowed to meet with his parents in Dnipropetrovsk region. After that, SBU agents handed him over to Military Prosecutor's Office of Dnipropetrovsk region, which is to look into his case. 

Four Ukrainians were released from captivity of the Russian mercenaries in Donbas on June 27. They arrived in Kyiv the day after that.

Related: Names of four Ukrainians released from captivity in self-proclaimed "LDNR" revealed

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