March 25, 2023

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Russia says the death penalty for “mercenaries” in Ukraine will set a precedent for others

Execution of three foreign militants in the pro-Russian secessionist Donetsk Republic in the east UkraineRussian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Sajarova said on Wednesday that she would be a role model for other “lucky players”.

“Such harsh punishment is a clear example to all other‘ lucky soldiers ’fighting on the side of the neo-Nazis. Ukrainians Or they just want to join them. “

A spokesman said the two convicts, both British and Moroccan, had committed “crimes against Donbass citizens”.

For his part, Vyacheslav Volodin of the Duma (Russian lower house) in Donetsk, a separatist republic, considered it necessary to maintain the death penalty “especially in times of war.”

Volodin noted that “those who order the killing of civilians and those who carry out these orders must understand that they are committing crimes punishable by severe penalties.”

Spokesman for KremlinDmitry Peskov said on Tuesday that London had not approached Moscow over the issue of its citizens who had been sentenced to death in Donetsk.

“Everything depends on London’s request. I hope the Russian side is ready to listen to it,” he said.

The United Kingdom promised to do “everything necessary” to secure its independence Citizens sentenced to death.

According to London, the British government is “working hard” to ensure that Aidan Aslin and Shawn are released after being subjected to a “false” trial. (EFE)

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