Ukraine’s attorney general opens criminal case for altering country’s borders after Putin’s announcement

Following Vladimir Putin’s declaration of recognition of the self-proclaimed independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics to change the country’s borders, the Attorney General of Ukraine announced the launch of a criminal case.

Ukraine’s Attorney General Irina Venedikova was forced to act after Vladimir Putin’s announcement because both regions are territories of Ukraine. In a message on Facebook, he said he had opened a criminal case based on art. 110, para. Ukrainian Criminal Code 2, which prohibits any call to change the borders of Ukraine.

“I have no right to be emotional. I am not allowed to mock or speak any language other than practical language or send curses to strangers – the law does not allow me, “he wrote on Facebook, according to The Guardian.

Irina Venedikova said that Ukrainian prosecutors would seriously investigate the case and that Russian officials would be barred from traveling to Ukraine.

“It will be difficult for members of this closed club to go shopping abroad – we promise,” he said.

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Author: Bokton Bagurar

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