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 Russia's Investigative Committee Head Bastrykin should undergo psychiatric examination, - Yatseniuk's press service

Russia should take care that its Investigative Committee Head Alexander Bastrykin, who claims that the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arsenii Yatseniuk was involved in armed clashes in Grozny back in the 90s, undergoes psychiatric examination.

As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by Yatseniuk's press secretary Olha Lappo on her Facebook page.

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"We advise Russian regime to conduct a psychiatric examination of the Head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Bastrykin. The one who along with other psychopaths cynically condemned Nadiia Savchenko, Oleh Sentsov and other Ukrainian patriots. Goebbels and the Nazi propaganda could rise in applause before Putin's team," she wrote.

As previously reported, the Head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation Alexander Bastrykin said that, according to the investigation, Yatseniuk participated in two clashes in the city of Grozny. In addition, according to Bastrykin, Yatseniuk participated "in tortures and executions of captured soldiers of the Russian army."

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