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 Kremlin banned captured commando's mother from seeing her son in Kyiv, - Security Service

The mother of the Russian commando Aleksandr Aleksandrov captured in the Luhansk region is not allowed to visit her son due to position of Moscow.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing the SBU press service Twitter.

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"The captured Russian military Alexandrov can't see his mother. She is not allowed to Ukraine by Moscow," the statement reads.

As previously reported, a trial against the captive GRU operatives Yevgeniy Yerofeyev and Aleksandr Aleksandrov is scheduled for September.

As reported earlier, the Russian GRU servicemen Yevgeniy Yerofeyev and Aleksandr Aleksandrov were captured by the Ukrainian soldiers near Shchastia, May 16. They were announced a suspicion of terrorist activity within the so-called "LPR", May 20. Further on, May 22, they were sentenced to a 2-month imprisonment by the Shevchenko District Court of Kyiv.

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In a conversation with the OSCE SMM observers the Russian commandos admitted they had previously visited eastern Ukraine on orders of the military authority of the Russian Federation. Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said the ministry expected the Russian citizens captured in Ukraine to be released noting Yerofeyev and Aleksandrov were "former" Russian military. The Putin's spokesman Peskov also demanded to release the captive Russian servicemen.

 
 
 
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