In SBU confirmed the request of the militants to transfer the ex-«berkutovets». The interior Ministry refuses to extradite them

The security service of Ukraine confirms the request of the militants «DNR» on the transfer of the accused in the shooting of activists Euromaidan ex-«Berkut officers», but excludes the sharing or results. This was announced by adviser to the head of the SBU Yuriy tandit, reports «Censor.NO.»

He declined to say exactly how much ex-«Berkut officers» requests of the opposite side 3 or 5.

«They are also requesting (for the results — ed.). But our position is that we should not release those people who are not related to the events in this undeclared war,» — said of the Tandem.

Thus, SBU excludes the results of the ex-«berkutovets».

According to Tandit, Russia is trying to tie together the events of the revolution of Dignity and the war in the Donbass. However, Ukraine considers it unacceptable, he said.

With Tandit solidarity Zorian Shkiryak, Advisor to the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov: «Ukraine will never give out.»

«Today, those who is on trial, suspected in the shooting… «maydanovets», will be responsible before court of Ukraine and never under any circumstances will be issued the Russian Federation», — he said.

Earlier, Svyatoshinskiy district court in Kiev extended until March 17 a measure of restraint in form of detention for five former employees of special forces of MIA of Ukraine «Berkut» Paul Abroskin, Sergey Zinchenko, Oleksandr marinchenko, Sergei Temtory and Oleg Janiszewski, accused of killing 48 of activists of the Euromaidan.

At the same time under investigation, 12 suspects ex-«Berkut officers» have already received Russian citizenship.

On January 17 judge Sergei Dyachuk stated that the court may examine the issue of release of ex-«Berkut officers» at the request of the ORDO militants .




In SBU confirmed the request of the militants to transfer the ex-«berkutovets». The interior Ministry refuses to extradite them 18.01.2017

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