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Russia declares in search and capture the deputy prime minister of Ukraine and the ‘number two’ of Foreign Affairs

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The Moscow district court of Lefortovo has ordered this Tuesday the arrest of the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Irina Vereschuk, and the ‘number two’ of Foreign Affairs, Emine Dzhaparova, for which it has issued search and arrest warrants against them.

“By order of the court, the precautionary measure of arrest for a period of two months was chosen for Emine Dzhaparova and Irina Vereschuk,” a court spokesman told Russian news agencies.

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Thus, the Russian Justice has opened the period for them to be arrested in Russian territory or extradited from Ukraine for allegedly violating Russian territorial integrity. In this sense, it has attributed to both the status of defendants.

The Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB, for its acronym in Russian) accuses them of “the expropriation of a part of the territory of the Russian Federation and other activities that seek to violate the territorial integrity of Russia.” The penalties provided for this type of crime range from six to ten years in prison.

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