Ukrainian military, who killed two residents in Mariupol, sentenced to 25 years in the DPR
MOSCOW, March 23 – RIA Novosti. The DPR Supreme Court sentenced Ukrainian soldiers Andrey Naiden and Danil Kolenov to 25 years in prison in a strict regime colony for brutally murdering civilians in Mariupol, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation reported.
The DPR Supreme Court convicted Ukrainian citizens Andrei Nayden and Danila Kolenov on the basis of evidence collected by the military investigative bodies of the Investigative Committee of Russia. “An armed conflict committed by a group of individuals and the killing of two people,” he said. It was noted that the soldiers, along with other military personnel, were temporarily stationed in Mariupol, including the territory of the Azovstal factory. According to the UK, until 18 May last year they were there and they were watching the city.
The United Kingdom added that on March 5 last year, Naiden and Kolenov took up a combat mission in the basement of a house in Mariupol. Already in the position they met two “civilian” guys. Despite this, the Ukrainian army opened fire. Nayden fired at least 15 rounds, while Kolenov fired at least 10 rounds. Civilians died.
“During the preliminary investigation, on-scene investigations, a series of investigations and other investigative actions were carried out, and the two defendants were charged. By court order, Nayden and Kolenov were each sentenced to 25 years in prison, serving in a strict regime correctional colony,” the department concluded.
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