As reported by Censor.NET, this was announced by the press service of the MID of the MoD.
"Information about Russian soldiers suspected of committing war crimes in Ukraine is regularly transferred by the Ukrainian side to EU and NATO member countries with the purpose of increasing the so-called 'sanctions list'," the message reads.
It is reported that current deployment locations and positions of career Russian generals who were direct commanders of the Russia's armed aggression against Ukraine in 2014-2015 as commanders of the 2nd army corps (Luhansk) of the Russian Armed Forces have been established:
Major General Kuzovlev Sergey Yurievich (pictured below), commander of the 2nd army corps (Luhansk) of the Russian Armed Forces between late 2014 and spring 2015, was appointed commander of the 20th army (Voronezh) of the Western Military District (St. Petersburg) of the Russian Armed Forces upon his return to Russia in July 2015.
Lieutenant General Yudin Sergey Sergeyevich (pictured below), commander of the 2nd army corps (Luhansk) of the Russian Armed Forces in 2015, returned to his post of the head of organizational mobilization department of the Western Military District (St. Petersburg) of the Russian Armed Forces.
Major General Tsekov Oleg Mussovich (pictured below), commander of the 2nd separate motorized rifle brigade (Luhansk) of the 2nd army corps of the Russian Armed Forces between late 2014 and spring 2015, returned to his post of the commander of the 200th separate motorized rifle brigade (village of Pechenga, the Murmansk region) of the Coastal troops of the Northern Fleet of the Russian Navy. He was promoted to major general by President Putin's decree on Feb. 21, 2015 for fulfilling criminal orders of the military and political leadership of Russia on temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine's east.
Ukraine's Main Intelligence Department also reminded that war crimes have no period of prescription.
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