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 Military prosecutor's office launches investigation into case of Putin's adviser Glazyev

The Main Military Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine received a permit for special pre-trial investigation into the case of Russian Presidential Adviser Sergey Glazyev.

Military Prosecutor Ruslan Kravchenko said, Censor.NET reports.

According to him, the Pechersk Court of Kyiv gave permission to conduct a special investigation without participation of Glazyev himself. He is suspected of committing several crimes: encroachment on the territorial and state integrity of Ukraine; unleashing, planning, preparation and conducting of an aggressive war against Ukraine; war propaganda.

"We have collected lots of evidence of Glazyev's guilt," Kravchenko said.

See more: Conflict Intelligence Team investigates Glaziev's talks on warmongering in Ukraine. PHOTOS

Earlier, the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) issued indictments to more than a dozen of representatives of Russia's authorities and armed forces.

A reported, the PGO published phone records of Russian President Putin's Adviser Sergei Glazyev that prove that he and former MP Konstantin Zatulin were involved in the preparation of Crimea's occupation and anti-government riots in Kharkiv and Odesa.



 
 
 
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