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In absentia arrested in Russia politician Ivan Beletsky, who was among the organizers of “Russian March”, has received Ukrainian citizenship and plans to work as a lawyer. On Thursday, November 21, reports RIA Novosti.
Beletsky called himself an “ethnic Ukrainian” and said that the decision on granting citizenship took control of migration service of Ukraine. Currently, he has received a new passport. First politician I worked as a lawyer in Russia for four years. Kiev acknowledged his diploma of the Russian Academy of advocacy and notaries.
In Russia arrested in absentia Beletsky, petty-bourgeois court of Moscow a year ago, charged him with incitement to extremism. After the initiation of the case the politician left the country and got in Ukraine as a political refugee.
In September, another organizer of “Russian marches”, head of the Kaluga branch of the banned in Russia ethno-political Association “Russian”, announced that he had received a refugee status in Armenia. In the migration service of Armenia has not confirmed this information, citing the confidentiality of personal data, however, advised to be guided by the statement of the activist in social networks.
“Russian March” rallies and meetings of representatives of Russian nationalist organizations and movements, which were held in various cities of Russia and CIS countries. They were timed to the Day of national unity on 4 November.
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