The Russian financial monitoring service has included pro-Ukrainian activist Oleg Prykhodko in the list of the individuals involved in extremist activities or terrorism. The relevant information is published on the Rosfinmonitoring website.
We remind that on the 8th of February this year, Russian security officials ransacked the home of pro-Ukrainian activist Oleg Prykhodko in the village of Orikhove, Saky District.
On the 9th of October 2019, Russian security officials once again broke into Oleg Prykhodko’s house and kidnapped him. On the 10th of October, a search was conducted in his house, during which he was detained. His wife Liubov Prykhodko was also detained. The activist is accused of “terrorism” and “the production of explosives”. The woman was detained as a witness, but later she was released. On the 10th of October, the so-called Kyiv District Cour arrested Oleg Prykhodko until the 10th of December. Later Prykhodko’s DNA sample were taken, however, the procedure was unlawful. According to Prykhodko’s lawyer Nazim Sheikhmambetov, this was done in order to falsify evidence against him.