September 27, 2016 - Fort Russ News -
Maksim Karpenko, PolitNavigator - translated by J. Arnoldski -
The former leader of the nationalist grouping Right Sector, currently the head of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army, Dmitry Yarosh, is outraged that Interpol does not want to cancel his arrest warrant and put out warrants for the famous militia commanders of the DPR, Givi and Motorola.
According to him, Europe unfortunately does not consider Givi and Motorola war criminals.
“There is some kind of lag. For two and a half years already, they haven’t removed me from Interpol’s wanted list where I was put on Russia’s request. And amidst all of this, they recently refused to declare Givi and Motorola wanted. Even Europe, for unknown reasons, does not consider them criminals or, what’s more, war criminals,” Yarosh complained.
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