Ukraine's official: Aidar batallion detained as they take weapons from Donbass to Kiev

Ukraine's official: Aidar batallion detained as they take weapons from Donbass to Kiev | Русская весна

Some military of Ukraine’s Aidar volunteer battalion taking part in the punitive mission in Donbass, are involved in criminal activities, including extortion and arms trafficking, head of the Lugansk regional administration Gennady Moskal said on Sunday.

"A part of that battalion has deserted from frontline, they started looting, robbery, racketeering, theft of vehicles and other illegal war-time activity in the towns and villages controlled by the Ukrainian military," the official’s website reads.

He also reported an attempt of transferring a certain number of guns and other weapons from war-zone to Kiev "to destabilise the situation" there.

"Several days earlier, the Lugansk regional police stopped a criminal group, led by Aidar military (callsign Filat). The criminals were fighting for an hour against the police and used automated guns." As the police detained the military and searched the places where they lived, they confiscated over 6,000 bullets, five boxes with grenades, 15 mines, two boxes with with TNT blocks, twelve grenade launchers and several Kalashnikovs. "We have opened criminal proceedings, the suspected are detained," he said.

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