The Ukrainian Security Service has disclosed the involvement of the Mayor of the city of Toretsk Vladimir Sleptsov in a terrorist organization, as well as infringement on the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine.
Basing on the SBU materials, the Donetsk regional prosecutor suspects Sleptsov under Part. 1, Section 258-3 and Part 2 Section 110 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.
The SBU continues to gather evidence concerning the participation of local residents in the official anti-Ukrainian actions, attempts to hold an illegal referendum and establish the "DNR".
So far, the court is selecting the measure of restriction for the former Mayor, reported the press center of the Ukraine’s Security Council.
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