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Surrendered brigade commander of the Armed Forces of Ukraine spoke about foreigners at Azovstal


Surrendered Ukrainian servicemen and militants of the Azov nationalist battalion are sitting in a bus near the pre-trial detention center in Yelenovka. File photoDONETSK, May 21.The acting commander of the Ukrainian 36th Marine Brigade, Sergei Volynsky (call sign “Volyn”), who surrendered from the Mariupol plant “Azovstal”, said that there were foreigners at the plant in the ranks of the Ukrainian troops. RIA Novosti has a video with Volynsky after he surrendered. When asked if there were foreigners on the territory of the plant, he answered in the affirmative. “There are foreigners in the units of the armed forces of Ukraine,” he admitted. Volynsky also said that he had no information about high-ranking officials and curators among them. “To me I don’t know about such people. I don’t know any curators, high-ranking foreigners who would give some kind of instructions,” he added. militants. In total, according to the agency, since May 16, 2,439 neo-Nazis from Azov and Ukrainian troops blocked on the territory of the plant have laid down their arms and surrendered. was created after the coup d'état in 2014. It included radicals who adhered to racist and neo-Nazi views – not only citizens of Ukraine, but also mercenaries from other countries. “Azov” participated in the Ukrainian military operation in the Donbass. In 2015, the Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case against the fighters of the battalion under the articles “Kidnapping”, “Torture” and “Use of Prohibited Means and Methods of Warfare”.Walls, “thorns” and searchlights: where were the prisoners from “Azovstal” sent? In addition, in February of this year, the UK announced that they had received irrefutable evidence that militants of “Azov” and “Right Sector” * committed cruel crimes against civilians of Donbass. During the Russian special military operation, numerous evidences of the crimes of the “Azovites” became known, in particular, torture and brutal murders of civilians and prisoners. In addition, the militants were covered by civilians as a “human shield.” On February 24, Russia launched a special operation to denazify and demilitarize Ukraine. As Vladimir Putin stressed, its goal is “to protect people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years.” According to the Ministry of Defense, the Russian Armed Forces strike only at the military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops, nothing threatens the civilian population. The main goal of the operation in the department was called the liberation of Donbass. * A terrorist organization banned in Russia Surrendered unconditionally: captured Ukrainian militants from Azovstal

The militants began to surrender on May 16. In two days, 959 people laid down their arms, including 80 wounded.

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The militants began to surrender in captured May 16th. In two days, 959 people laid down their arms, including 80 wounded.

The column that left Mariupol split into two parts: one (with the wounded) went to Novoazovsk, the other to Yelenovka, where there is a makeshift camp for prisoners.

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The column that left Mariupol was divided into two parts: one (with the wounded) went to Novoazovsk, the other to Yelenovka, where an impromptu camp for prisoners is located.

Kyiv tried to present the militants' exit as &# 34;evacuation". In Russia, they answered that there can be only one interpretation of what happened: they surrender.Kyiv tried to present the militants' exit as "evacuation". In Russia, they replied that there can be only one interpretation of what happened: they surrender.

"Those military men who took refuge on the territory of "Azovstal" and give up", — stressed the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

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"Those military men who took refuge on the territory of "Azovstal", they lay down their arms and surrender", — stressed the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

Militants battalion "Azov" (a criminal case has been initiated against them in Russia) surrendered unconditionally, Dmitry Polyansky, the first deputy representative of Russia to the UN, also noted. 10

The fighters of the battalion "Azov" (a criminal case has been initiated against them in Russia) surrendered unconditionally, Dmitry Polyansky, the first deputy representative of Russia to the UN, also noted.

Now Russian investigators will interrogate the fighters: they will identify them and check for involvement in crimes against civilians.

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Now the fighters will be interrogated by Russian investigators: they will identify them and check for involvement in crimes against civilians.

Kyiv wants to exchange wounded soldiers with "Azovstal" on Russian prisoners. Meanwhile, there are discussions in Russia about how to deal with the nationalists.

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Kyiv wants to exchange the wounded military with "Azovstal" on Russian prisoners. Meanwhile, discussions are underway in Russia about how to deal with the nationalists.

On May 26, the Supreme Court of Russia will consider the case on the recognition of the battalion "Azov" terrorist organization.

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The Supreme Court of Russia on May 26 will consider the case on the recognition of the battalion & # 34; Azov & # 34; terrorist organization.

State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin instructed to prepare a resolution on the impossibility of exchanging prisoners from "Azov".

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State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin instructed to prepare a resolution on the impossibility of exchanging prisoners from "Azov".

"Nazi criminals should not be exchanged. These are war criminals, and we must do everything to bring them to justice", Volodin said. >10 out of 10

"Nazi criminals should not be exchanged. These are war criminals, and we must do everything to bring them to justice,” Volodin said.

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The militants began to surrender on May 16. In two days, 959 people laid down their arms, including 80 wounded.

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The column that left Mariupol split into two parts: one (with the wounded) went to Novoazovsk, the other to Yelenovka, where a makeshift camp for prisoners is located.

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Kyiv tried to imagine the militants leaving like "evacuation". In Russia, they answered that there can be only one interpretation of what happened: they surrender.

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"Those military men who took refuge on the territory of "Azovstal", they lay down their arms and surrender", — stressed the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov.

5 out of 10< p>The fighters of the battalion "Azov" (a criminal case has been initiated against them in Russia) surrendered unconditionally, Dmitry Polyansky, the first deputy representative of Russia to the UN, also noted.

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Now Russian investigators will interrogate the fighters: they will identify them and check for involvement in crimes against civilian population.

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Kyiv wants to exchange wounded soldiers with "Azovstal" on Russian prisoners. Meanwhile, discussions are underway in Russia about how to deal with the nationalists.

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On May 26, the Supreme Court of Russia will consider the case on the recognition of the "Azov" terrorist organization.

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State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin instructed to prepare a resolution on the impossibility of exchanging prisoners from "Azov".

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"Nazi criminals should not be exchanged. These are war criminals, and we must do everything to bring them to justice", Volodin said.

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