Police detain accomplices of Luhansk militants' leader Korsunsky
The law enforcement agencies have detained Serhiy Korsunsky, who in spring 2014 with leader of Luhansk terrorists Valeriy Bolotov staged a seizure of Luhansk Regional State Administration, a press service of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) said on Twitter.
"Korsunsky was arrested," reads its report posted on Wednesday.
In a telephone linkup with 112 TV Channel SBU staff head Oleksandr Tkachuk said that Korsunsky was arrested in Poltava region. He is accused of the crime under Article 258, Part 3 (setting up of the terrorist group or terrorist organization) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine that foresees 8-12 years of imprisonment.
As reported, Ukrainian MP from People's Front and member of the Interior Ministry's staff Anton Heraschenko addresses to the SBU and the National Police demanding to put on wanted list and arrest Korsunsky.