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Russia recognizes Azov regiment as terrorist organization: fighters respond – UNIAN

Now the activities of the “Azovites” are prohibited on the territory of the aggressor country.

The RF Armed Forces recognized the Ukrainian regiment

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation recognized the Ukrainian regiment “Azov”a “terrorist organization.” Its activities are prohibited on the territory of the aggressor country.

This is written by Russian “Interfax”.

“Recognize the Ukrainian paramilitary nationalist association” Azov “(other names used – the Azov Battalion, the Azov Regiment) as a terrorist organization and ban its activities on the territory of the Russian Federation,” the court decision says.

It is noted that the Russian prosecutor’s office filed a lawsuit in court back in May. Court sessions were twice postponed at the request of the department. This time the meeting was held behind closed doors.

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The regiment has already responded to the decision of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation “Azov”

“After the public execution of the prisoners of war of the Azov regiment in the settlement of Olenevka, Russia is looking for new reasons and explanations for its war crimes. The Supreme Court of Russia recognized the Azov regiment as a “terrorist organization”. A non-empire that daily threatens to destroy the world with nuclear weapons, whose the president called for “soaking in toilets”, blowing up houses with his own citizens, suffocating his own and Syrian women and children with poisonous gas, he must get hit in the teeth once and for all,” the message says.

In this regard, the fighters called on the US State Department and the authorized bodies of other states that consider themselves civilized to recognize the Russian Federation as a terrorist state.

“Russia has been proving this status with its daily actions for many years. Every day, its army and special services commit war crimes. Connivance or silence is complicity! The whole world must unite against a terrorist state!” – summed up in the regiment.

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The terrorist attack in Yelenovka – what is known

On the night of July 29, an explosion thundered on the territory of the former penal colony in the village of Yelenovka in the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk region. As a result, the building was destroyed, which contained Ukrainian prisoners of war, withdrawn from the Azovstal plant.

Immediately after the explosion, Russia accused the Armed Forces of Ukraine of shelling the penal colony. According to the Russian side, more than 50 Ukrainian defenders died, the number of wounded is unknown. Ukrainian law enforcement agencies said that the explosion in Yelenovka was a Russian terrorist attack with the aim of concealing war crimes, discrediting the Armed Forces of Ukraine, disrupting the supply of weapons. They demand that the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross immediately respond to the terrorist attack and send an inspection mission to the territory of the colony.

According to Ukrainian intelligence, The attack was carried out by mercenaries from the PMC “Wagner” (League) on the personal instructions of the nominal owner of the specified PMC – Evgeny Prigozhin.

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In connection with the terrorist attack in Yelenovka, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky noted the need for a clear legal recognition of Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.

After that, Ombudsman for Human Rights Dmitry Lubinets noted that did not receive any signal from the UN regarding the mass execution of prisoners of war by Russia in the Yelenovskaya colony.

Whereas the International Committee of the Red Cross, after the brutal massacre committed by the occupiers, stated that cannot enter the territory of the committed crimebecause he did not receive “permission” from Putin’s militants to enter.

Thus, the organization confirmed that it did not supervise the detention of Ukrainian prisoners of war by Russia.

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