The prosecutor's office of Ukraine sent a case against Aksenov and Poklonskaya to court

According to the & nbsp; version of the investigation, Crimean officials in & nbsp; February & mdash; March 2014 created a criminal organization. Their & nbsp; purpose was allegedly “ the violent overthrow of the constitutional order and & nbsp; changing the borders of the territory of Ukraine '', according to the press release of the prosecutor's office. damage to its & nbsp; sovereignty, territorial integrity and & nbsp; inviolability. Members of the organization, in & nbsp; in particular, took part in the & nbsp; formation of the occupation bodies, directly headed them & nbsp; and & nbsp; led them & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; claim in the & nbsp; department.

The defendants in the case are accused under the & nbsp; following articles & nbsp; of the Criminal Code of Ukraine: treason, encroachment on the & nbsp; territorial integrity of Ukraine, and & nbsp; also actions aimed at & nbsp; violent change or overthrow of the constitutional order or & nbsp; authorities in & nbsp; as part of a criminal organization (Art. & nbsp; 109, Art. & nbsp; 110, Art. & nbsp; 111, Art. 255).

In & nbsp; April, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky imposed sanctions against 27 people. This list also included Natalya Poklonskaya and & nbsp; Sergey Aksenov. In & nbsp; December, the Kiev court granted the prosecutor's petition for the & nbsp; arrest of Natalia Poklonskaya, who is now the Russian ambassador to Cape Verde. After the arrest, it was planned to arrest her & nbsp; in & nbsp; treason case.



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