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 Office of Judge Didyk, trying Russian GRU operatives’ case, set afire tonight. PHOTOS

A fire broke out in the office of Judge Mykola Didyk, presiding at the trial of the case of the Russian GRU commandos Aleksandrov and Yerofeyev. According to the Main Military Prosecutor Anatolii Matios, it was an arson. Unknown individuals tossed Molotov cocktails from the street into the judge's office.

Journalist Iryna Romaliiska wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET informs.

"The office of Judge Didyk in Holosiivskyi district court of Kyiv caught fire at night. This judge presides at the trial of the case of captured Russian GRU operatives Yerofeyev and Aleksandrov. Court Secretariat Deputy Head Ihor Honcharov said that the documents were stored in the court registry and there were no documents concerning the case in the judge's office. There are no casualties as a result of the incident," she wrote.

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According to Mediazona, scorched windows can be seen from the street. Court Secretariat Deputy Head Ihor Honcharov did not let the journalists into the office. He said that the scheduled hearing of the case of the Russian servicemen will be held despite the incident.

"It was set on fire from the outside. I immediately called the fire brigade, rushed there and managed to quickly extinguish the fire. I did not hear any sounds. I just caught a smell of burning," police SOF regiment officer Maksym said. He was pulling duty at the court building this night.

"Matios [main military prosecutor - ed.] has arrived. But the case into arson is investigated by the Holosiivskyi police department," Romaliiska wrote later.

"Five people were seen tossing Molotov cocktails into the judge's office at 2:45 a.m. They hit the window at the third try," Main Military Prosecutor of Ukraine Anatolii Matios said.

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