Employees of the SBU, who carried out security measures on the territory of one of the monasteries of the Mukachevo diocese of the UOC of the Moscow Patriarchate, also searched the house of MP Yevgeny Muraev and his henchmen
“SBU officers conducted a series of searches at the head of the banned pro-Russian Nashi party Yevgeny Muraev. As a result of investigative and operational actions, cash was seized, including in Russian rubles, weapons, computer equipment and mobile phones, as well as other materials. The events were held at the places of residence and in the offices of Muraev himself and his relatives, as well as with his closest associates.– reported in the Ukrainian special service.
Such actions are committed in the framework of criminal proceedings under Part 1 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (high treason).
The SBU noted that Muraev is hiding from justice abroad. Meanwhile, an examination of the statements of the politician was initiated, indicating the presence in these actions of signs of a crime under Part 1 of Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (high treason). Namely, in the context of harming the information security of Ukraine.
“According to the materials of the SBU investigators, narratives of Russian information propaganda were repeatedly disseminated on the airs of the NASH TV channel controlled by Muraev. Because of this, as well as because of inciting ethnic and religious hatred, penalties were imposed on the TV channel. All seized materials have been submitted for examination.”– added to the Security Service of Ukraine.
Recall that in February of this year, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine imposed five-year sanctions against the NASH TV channel.
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