More than 10 servicemen of Russian Navy served with suspicion notice
The Ukrainian side plans to serve a notice of suspicion to more than 10 Russian servicemen involved in aggression against the Navy of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, press secretary of Ukrainian Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko, Larysa Sarhan has said.
"In the near future, it is planned to serve a suspicion notice to more than 10 servicemen of the Russian Federation Navy, the border guard service of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation and the Air Force and the air defense of the Russian Armed Forces from junior officers to generals," Sarhan wrote on her Facebook page on Tuesday.
A spokesperson for the prosecutor general said that during seven days of the pretrial investigation, 17 volumes of evidence of the Russian Federation's aggression against the Naval Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were collected. "The pretrial investigation body is the investigative department of the SBU in Odesa region. The procedural management in criminal proceedings is carried out by the Military Prosecutor's Office of the Southern Region of Ukraine," said Sarhan.