Pashynskyi and Deshchytsia have been declared wanted in Russia: what they are accused of
The aggressive country, Russia, has placed Ukrainian politicians Serhii Pashynskyi, who served as the head of the presidential administration from March 5 to June 10, 2014, and Andrii Deshchytsia, who served as acting foreign minister of Ukraine from February 27 to June 19, 2014, on the wanted list. Russia is conducting a criminal investigation against them.
The terrorist country's propaganda media claimed that Pashynskyi and Deshchytsia took office after a "coup d'état." According to the Kremlin's methodology, this is how propaganda refers to the 2014 Revolution of Dignity.
The names of the politicians were added to the Russian Interior Ministry's wanted list. The reason for this is an investigation under an article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. It is not specified, but most likely the case is related to the ATO in Donbas against the Russian occupation forces.
According to the Russians, the politicians "participated in the criminal decision to conduct the so-called anti-terrorist operations in the southeast of the country."
As OBOZ.UA wrote:
Recently, several former representatives of the Ukrainian government were charged in absentia in Russia. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation accused them of injuring and killing almost 1.4 million people in Donetsk and Luhansk regions between 2014 and 2016.
- In July 2023, the Russian Interior Ministry put International Criminal Court Judge Tomoko Akane on the wanted list and issued an arrest warrant for dictator Vladimir Putin and Children's Rights Commissioner Maria Lvova-Belova.