Ukrainian Azov Regiment declared terrorist group, Ukraine prisoners can now face terrorism charges – World

Russia’s Supreme Court has declared Ukraine’s Azov Regiment a banned terrorist group. After this announcement, Russia can now prosecute Ukraine’s prisoners of war arrested for terrorism. The Azov Regiment played an important role in the battle with Russia in Mariapol, southern Ukraine. Russia is constantly accusing this regiment of adopting the tactics of the Nazis. Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office proposed in May this year to designate Azov as a terrorist group. Several fighters of the Azov regiment are currently hostage to Moscow. Russian authorities have filed several criminal cases against him. This includes cases of murder of civilians.

Russia’s Supreme Court has declared Ukraine’s Azov Regiment a banned terrorist group. After this announcement, Russia can now prosecute Ukraine’s prisoners of war arrested for terrorism. The Azov Regiment played an important role in the battle with Russia in Mariapol, southern Ukraine. Russia is constantly accusing this regiment of adopting the tactics of the Nazis. Russia’s Prosecutor General’s Office proposed in May this year to designate Azov as a terrorist group. Several fighters of the Azov regiment are currently hostage to Moscow. Russian authorities have filed several criminal cases against him. This includes cases of murder of civilians.

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