Ukrainian border guards detained militant "Chingiz" on administrative border with Crimea. Former associate of terrorist "Givi" sought to find job in Kyiv
On the administrative border with the Russia-annexed Crimea, at the checkpoint “Chongar”, Ukrainian law enforcement officers exposed a militant who had previously participated in an illegal armed formation in the territory of the occupied Donbass.
The Azov-Black Sea Regional Department of the State Border Service of Ukraine reported about the detention on Facebook.
A 47-year-old man told the Ukrainian border guards that he received the call sign Chingiz in the Somali assault battalion led by the now-eliminated war criminal Mikhail Tolstykh (call sign Givi) and was training personnel for serving at the so-called republic checkpoints.
After some time, being disappointed in the fake “DPR” and “LPR”, the former associate of “Givi” started working as a security guard in the city of Alchevsk in the occupied part of Luhansk region. Then in search of a better life he went to Moscow. But the working conditions there did not satisfy him either, and he tried to get to Kyiv through a Kerch bridge and then through the administrative border to get a job.
As of now, the detainee has been informed of the suspicion of committing a crime, the responsibility for which is provided for by Article 258-3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – “creation of a terrorist group or a terrorist organization, the leadership of such a group or organization, or participation in it”.
QHA media reported, that on February 8, 2018, one of the significant ringleaders of Donetsk militants Mikhail Tolstykh, nicknamed “Givi”, was destroyed. According to journalist Yury Butusov, the Ukrainian special services planned and carried out the liquidation of Givi.