The Russian Black Sea Fleet Commander will be judged in absentia in Ukraine

Alexander Vitko Alexander Vitko

The Military Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine received approval to try in absentia the Russian Black Sea Fleet Commander Alexander Vitko.

This was announced by the Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko at a press conference.

“A few days ago the Military Prosecutor’s Office received the judge’s permission for a special pre-trial investigation to try in absentia the Black Sea Fleet Commander Vitko. It’s not just a piece of paper, it’s a big deal,” said the Prosecutor.

Earlier the Military Prosecutor’s Office served a suspicion of committing exceptionally aggravated criminal offences against Ukraine on Vitko.

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