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Ekaterina Mizulina asked the Ministry of Internal Affairs to deal with the student who helped the Armed Forces of Ukraine

MOSCOW, April 28The head of the Safe Internet League, Ekaterina Mizulina, sent materials to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the case of a Moscow State University student who collected money on the Internet for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and published information of a nationalist nature, she reported on her Telegram channel.
Earlier, a source in law enforcement agencies reported the detention of a sixth-year Ukrainian student at the Faculty of Fundamental Medicine of Moscow State University, Sergei G., for attempting to raise money on the Internet for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and for posting information of a nationalist nature, including calls for national hatred and calls for attacks on Moscow.

“The student is a sixth-year student at the Faculty of Fundamental Medicine. Previously, students from Moscow State University contacted us in connection with his publications; we sent the materials to the Ministry of Internal Affairs,” wrote the head of the “Safe Internet League.”

Mizulina also posted some posts that the student allegedly published on social networks. They contain links for donations to the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
According to the source, the student received a notice that his period of stay in Russia would be shortened and that he would have to leave the territory of the Russian Federation within three days.
Sixth-year student of the Faculty of Fundamental Medicine of Moscow State University Sergei G., a native of Odessa and a citizen of Ukraine, living in the university dormitory on Lomonosovsky Prospekt, repeatedly posted calls and slogans of a nationalist nature, as well as publications aimed at raising money “for the needs of the armed forces of Ukraine,” and also sought information about a possible mechanism for joining the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine for persons located in the Moscow region. On April 26, he was arrested for 12 days for violating Article 20.3.1 of the Administrative Code (inciting hatred or enmity, as well as humiliation of human dignity).

The source said that the arrested person has a valid passport of a citizen of Ukraine, but the Moscow State University student did not apply for Russian citizenship.

According to the source, on social networks this student has repeatedly expressed his intentions to immediately leave Russia after completing his studies at Moscow State University, as he “feels uncomfortable here,” and also called for attacks on Moscow, and published slogans of the nationalist Ukrainian Insurgent Army banned in the Russian Federation*.
On the evening of April 3, the student was detained by police officers for disobeying a lawful order of a police officer, and then was taken to the Nikulinsky District Court of Moscow to consider the administrative material and choose a preventive measure in the form of detention. After this, on April 26, the Tverskoy District Court of Moscow, according to two protocols, sentenced him to arrest for another 12 days.
* Extremist organization, banned in Russia

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