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Mariupol citizen sentenced to three years in jail for propaganda of war

Source : 112 Ukraine

The man spread the content with urges to hold war and change the borders of Ukraine
17:37, 27 September 2021

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A citizen of Mariupol is sentenced to three years in jail for the propaganda of war on social networks as the Prosecutor’s Office of Donetsk region reported.

“A 51-year-old citizen of Mariupol is convicted for an attack on the territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine, as well as propaganda of war. The indictment of Prymorsky district court of Mariupol sentences the perpetrator for three years in jail,” the message says.

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It is noted that since November 2018 until June 2020, the Mariupol citizen reposted and posted information of Rupor of Novorossia on his account on Odnoklassniki social network banned in Ukraine.

Particularly, the man spread the content with urges to hold war and change the borders of Ukraine.

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As we reported, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) prevented new attempts by the Russian special services to destabilize the socio-political situation in the southern regions of Ukraine.

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