Former leader of Right Sector says separatist commanders should also be put on Interpol wanted list

The former leader of the Right Sector Organization, Dmytro Yarosh, is outraged by the fact that Interpol doesn’t want to remove him from the international wanted list but, at the same time, it refuses to search for the known Commanders of the self-proclaimed DPR, Givi and Motorola, as he stated this on the air of the talk show People - Hard Talk on 112 Ukraine TV. According to him, Europe doesn’t consider them to be war criminals.

“There is some kind of dissonance – two and a half years have passed and they still can’t remove me from the international wanted list. In addition, Interpol refused to declare Givi and Motorola wanted. Even Europe, for reasons unknown to me, doesn’t consider them to be criminals, much less war criminals,” Yarosh expressed with outrage. According to him, even Russia understands that the LPR (Luhansk People’s Republic) and DPR (Donetsk People’s Republic) have no future.

“There are pro-Ukrainian sentiments but their percentage isn’t as high as desired. However, there are also pro-Ukrainian citizens, who inspire us to liberate all the territories occupied by Russia as soon as possible. It is true that criminal abuses and gang violence prevail in the DPR and LPR. Only the forms of influence on the situation are slightly different. In some places they are openly shutting down troublesome people, and in other places, these activities are camouflaged. But even with all this, these self-proclaimed Republics have no future and I think that even Russia understands that perfectly well,” the former leader of the Right Sector Organization said.

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