Poland has received the materials of the “Chechen case” against ATO veteran Igor Mazur, who was detained at the request of the Russian Federation. It was reported by Mazur in the commentary to Radio Svoboda.
"I believe that these are the statements, which were beaten out of Mykola Karpiuk, Stanislav Klych, who is getting treatment at the psychiatric hospital after all of the torturing, statements of couple Russians, who were doing their time in Russian prisoners for criminal acts, and 20 years later the recalled that they had been soldiers during Chechen war,” Mazur said.
ATO veteran considers all of the statements against him fabricated. According to him, Russians believe that was a commander of the unit, in which Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Tyagnybok brothers and boys, who were actually kids during the Chechen war, served.
As we reported earlier, Igor Mazur, one of the leaders of the UNA-UNSO far-right organization, returned to Ukraine after being detained in Poland.
He was handed over on bail to the Consul General of Ukraine in Lublin. Ukrainian Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported this on her Facebook page.
"An employee of the Verkhovna Rada Secretariat for human rights (Igor Mazur) was handed over on bail to the Consul General of Ukraine in Lublin. He will stay at the Consulate General while waiting and considering the extradition request," the statement said.