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A DPR fighter released from captivity told how he was tried in Ukraine

The building of the Constitutional Court in Kyiv. File photoDONETSK, June 30 A fighter of the Donetsk People's Republic released from captivity told the DPR Ombudsman Darya Morozova that in Ukraine he was forced to give false testimony against himself in court. “Everyone in my platoon was convicted. Article of treason and Article 260 (Criminal Code of Ukraine, the creation of paramilitary or armed formations not provided for by law – ed.) … by the age of 15 … In my case, it was in the courtroom. The Regional Court of Appeal of Poltava. Standard procedure. Everything is according to the template. At the beginning, through the SBU, preventive conversation… physical impact. And already according to the template you answer questions in court… That we are volunteers, that we are on the payroll, did you get a DPR passport or not? I had a Ukrainian passport, I had to say yes, I did. I don’t DPR passports and I am not a volunteer… My passport was destroyed,” a DPR fighter released from Ukrainian captivity said in conversation with the Ombudsman of the republic. The exchange of prisoners of war 144 to 144 took place on on my instructions from the Supreme Commander of the Russian Federation in order to preserve the life and health of the Russian military, fighters of the DPR and LPR, the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, said on Thursday. jpg” /> A DPR fighter released from captivity of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that he was threatened with death