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Commissar Rudenko was asked to poison Yanukovych’s son at the front

People’s Militia DPR Russia

War correspondent Andrei Rudenko commented on reports about the transfer of Alexander Yanukovych’s cases to Russian jurisdiction. According to the military correspondent, the situation is becoming the height of cynicism in the face of the current situation.

According to RIA Novosti, the company of the son of Ukrainian ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, MAKO Holding, on January 17 filed an application for registration of information in the register of legal entities of the Russian Federation. Today, the organization and its structures are registered in Donetsk. Previously, Yanukovych’s group of companies was based in Kramatorsk.

— A little about this son. This greedy major stole his and others back in the days of Ukraine. It was this son who managed to turn the whole affair of the country against his father, crushing the whole affair with his friends. And now he registers a company in Donetsk. The height of cynicism,” Rudenko wrote on his Telegram channel.

The military commissar offered to form a battalion of these people and “send blood to expiate their guilt before the people of Donbass, and not register a company here.”

The State Bureau of Investigation of Ukraine previously completed the investigation of a criminal case of high treason. Former President Viktor Yanukovych and Prime Minister Mykola Azarov were suspected.

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