"This morning, the guys from Azov civil corps together with Right Sector activists detained a separatist at the administrative border with Crimea. "After checking the information about the detainee in available databases, it was established he was included in the so-called "E" lists, meaning he was a Russian extremist," the statement notes.
According to the report, the activists took urgent measures to clarify his identity. As reported, the man had two internal passports (Russian and Ukrainian) with him.
"He appeared to be the head of "Molodaya Gvardiya" [youth wing of the United Russia party - ed.] in Alushta. Also, it turned out he was the head of a charity fund raising money and aid for separatists," the report reads.
As noted, the man admitted his involvement in the said organizations. As soon as these circumstances had been clarified, the activists conducted a civil detention and called the Security Service.
"Our task is to make the case public, since all the detained separatists, who have been taken to the local SBU to date, have been released within a short period of time," the press service added.