Basmanny court arrested in absentia the leader of the Georgian National Legion fighting in Ukraine 02:20

Moscow Basmanny Court arrested in absentia Mamuka (Ushangi) Mamulashvili, the leader of the so-called “Georgian National Legion”, which participated in the conflicts in Ukraine. RIA Novosti reports this, citing a source at the court.

According to the agency’s interlocutor, Mamulashvili was chosen as a preventive measure in the form of detention or extradition from the moment he was detained in Russia. The Georgian militant is accused of inciting hatred or hostility on ethnic or other grounds.

Formerly Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation announced The head of the armed formation “Georgian National Legion” Mamuku (Ushangi) Mamulashvili is wanted.

Before that, the Investigative Committee of Russia charges filed Mamuku (Ushangi) Mamulashvili, founder of the Georgian National Legion, who recruited mercenaries in Donbass.

Formerly French Ministry of Foreign Affairs named A manipulated statement regarding the presence of French mercenaries in Ukraine.

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Source: Gazeta


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