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Russia puts ex-Defence Minister of Ukraine Hrytsenko on wanted list

Hrytsenko is accused of public calls for terrorist activity in Russia
13:08, 12 April 2019

Anatoliy Hrytsenko
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Russia’s Investigation Committee put ex-Minister of Defence of Ukraine Anatoliy Hrytsenko on a wanted list, as TASS reported.

Grytsenko is accused of public calls for terrorist activity in Russia. The Investigation Committee asks Moscow Basmanny District Court to decide on arrest in absentia for Hrytsenko.

“Moscow Basmanny District Court received a motion from the investigation bodies concerning the restrictive measure in absentia in a form of detention for Hrytsenko. He is on an international wanted list,” the press secretary of the court Yunona Tsareva stated.

Related: Ukraine's Security Service puts journalist Skachko on wanted list

According to the Investigation Committee, Hrytsenko issued a public call for terrorist activity in Russia on air of 1+1 TV channel by exploding rail trains.

He also called for terrorist activity in Moscow and Tahanroh on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel on July 2, 2017.

Anatoliy Hrytsenko held the post of Ukraine’s Defence Minister in 2005-2007. He is the leader of "Civil Position" political party. He ran for the presidency three times.

Related: Ukraine puts Crimean “self-defense” members on wanted list for capture of Ukrainian ships

In 2019, he got 6,91% of votes in the first round of the presidential elections.  

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