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Lviv Opera ex-ballet soloist Sanzharevsky accused of corruption of minors
15:26, 16 April 2018

Lviv Opera ex-ballet soloist Sanzharevsky accused of corruption of minors

It was reported earlier that Mykola Sanzharevsky gathered and passed the information on Ukraine’s Armed Forces movement to the militants in Donbas

15:26, 16 April 2018

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Ukrainian volunteers, Ukraine’s Security Service and National Police have revealed and recorded the network of anti-Ukrainian propaganda spread by the former soloist of Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet Mykola Sanzharevsky. This was reported by the people’s deputy Anton Herashchenko on Facebook.

Besides information made public earlier, the investigation found out that Sanzharevsky gathered and passed the information on Ukraine’s Armed Forces actions to the militants in Donbas. He also seduced an underage girl Viktoria who found out all the information Sanzharevsky needed from her brother serving in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. It is noted that Sanzharevsky had been in “relationship” with the minor since she turned 13.

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“I’m sure that law enforcement bodies of Ukraine - Security Service and National Police soon will assess the actions of Mykola Sanzharevsky for his subversive activities against Ukraine,” Herashchenko wrote.

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As we reported earlier, Mykola Sanzharevsky, a premier dancer of Lviv Opera and Ballet Theatre, got listed in the Myrotvorets database. Sanzharevsky reposted separatists’ public groups and posts, called Maidan a “coup”, shared “DPR” propaganda.

Sanzharevsky allegedly raised funds for military groups of the “Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics".

The premier dancer denied all the charges against him, he declares the potentially “sponsored nature” of the charges.

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