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Russia opens criminal case against four more Ukrainian commanders for shelling civilians

01.11.16 12:14
Russia opens criminal case against four more Ukrainian commanders for shelling civilians

Russia’s Investigative Committee has opened a criminal case against four more commanders of the Ukrainian armed forces involved in the shellings of civilians in Donbass, IC acting spokeswoman Svetlana Petrenko said on Tuesday, reports TASS.

The commanders carried out artillery shellings of facilities of civilian infrastructure and civilians in Donbass "in violation of provisions of international laws guaranteeing the respect for and protection of the rights of civilians," the statement said.

The criminal cases have been opened against commander of the 72nd separate motorized brigade of the Ukrainian forces Col. Andrei Sokolov, commander of the 93rd separate motorized brigade Col. Vladislav Klochkov, commander of the 30th separate motorized brigade Vitaly Yakubov and commander of the 1st battalion of the 14th separate motorized brigade Mikhail Prokopiv.

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