SK: about 40 military thugs in Ukraine declared wanted in absentia
About 40 people declared in the international wanted list in absentia in connection with the Commission of war crimes in Ukraine, said the head of the Investigation Department Alexander Bastrykin at a solemn meeting dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the great Patriotic war.
"We are aware How much to do today to provide the prosecution of the military thugs in Ukraine, We have About 40 people have already stated in absentia in the international wanted list, starting from the top floor of the authorities and to the commanders of battalions, companies, military pilots, that is, all who not only criminal orders, but who performs them" - quoted Bastrykin press-service SK.
according to his statement at the Nuremberg trials after the Second world war, called the " peoples court ", were convicted not only of the major war criminals and their criminal plans, theories and ideas against peace and humanity. As drew the attention of the head of the UK, the solutions to these military tribunals are most relevant today, when more and more often there are attempts to revise the results of world war II ".
"in the end, We observe that on the backdrop of economic crisis and impunity in the EU again, the influence of neo-Nazi parties. Ukraine nationalists openly promote ideas defeated 70 years ago fascism and savagely persecuted the Russian-speaking population, destroy the monuments to soldiers-liberators, " said Bastrykin.
the meeting was attended by former Prosecutor General of the USSR, state Councilor of justice Alexander Sukharev, veterans of the investigation, Sergey Tyurin, Sergey Samoilov, Anatoly Borisovich Ladycock, relatives of employees of investigatory Committee of Russia who died in the line of duty, the management of investigations, members of the Public Council of the Russian IC, as well as cadets and invited.