Ukrainian woman allegedly involved in attacks on Russian embassy arrested in absentia
MOSCOW, June 5 (RAPSI) – A court on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant in absentia for Ukrainian citizen Irma Krat allegedly involved in the attacks against Russian embassy in Kiev in March 2016, the press service of Russia’s Investigative Committee reports.
Earlier, the woman was put on the international wanted list, the statement reads.
According to the investigation, from March 5 to 10, 2016, a group of rebellious people intentionally and in conspiracy committed several attacks against the Russian Federation embassy to aggravate international relations between Russia and Ukraine.
In 2017, four other Ukrainians were put on the international wanted list and arrested in absentia on allegations of involvement in the attacks against Russian diplomatic offices in Ukraine. Vladimir Romantsov, Alexey Bakay, Vladimir Nazarenko and Vladimir Parasyuk were charged with attacking an institute under international protection. Nazarenko and Parasyuk were additionally charged with desecration of Russia’s state flag. Investigators believe that Romantsov, Bakay and Nazarenko were involved in the attack against Russian embassy in Kiev in 2014 and willful property damage. The fourth defendant was allegedly implicated in the 2016 March attack against Russia’s Consulate General in Lviv and abuse of Russian national flag.