“Ukrainian Igor Pirozhok, born in 1968, an active member of Ukrainian right-wing organization “Right sector”, banned in Russia in connection with extremist activities”, – said the press-service of management of FSB across Moscow and Moscow region.
In St. Petersburg detained the recruiter “IG”
the Article of the Criminal code, which was condemned man – “extremism”. Patty was convicted under part 1.1 of article 282.2, part 2 of article 282.2 and part 2 of article 205.2 of the Russian criminal code “organization of and participation in an extremist organization, the justification of terrorist activities”.
the FSB explained that the convict was found guilty of inciting ethnic hostility, the dissemination of right-wing views and ideas of Ukrainian nationalism. “Igor Pirozhok was a staunch opponent of reunification of the Crimea with Russia and a supporter of the “Maidan” anti – constitutional coup in Ukraine committed in 2014. Patty joined the “Right sector”, taking the post of political leader in the Berdychiv district of the Zhytomyr region of Ukraine”, – told the FSB.
Recruiter the terrorists received 12 years of a strict mode
in addition during the investigation it was found that the Pie under the pseudonym “Roman Teal”, created and led a detachment of the “Horthy” (“hounds”) that provided logistical support to Pro-Ukrainian groups to conduct reconnaissance, sabotage and terrorist activities in Russia and the Donbass. “The convict is also posted online information materials, justifying the ideology of terrorism,” – said in the secret service.
According to the FSB of Russia, Igor Pirozhok in January of 2018 arrived in Moscow to engage in increase in the number of members of the organization. In particular, he tried to involve in the activities of the two people. But they refused and reported his actions to law enforcement.