The Russian Interior Ministry today included the names of a number of senior military commanders of the Kiev regime in the list of wanted for their participation in the murder of more than 500 Russian civilians from the Donbass, under the Criminal Code of Russia.

According to RT, the ministry placed on the wanted list General Igor Kolesnik, who between 2016 and 2019 served as First Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Forces, Lieutenant General Alexander Lukota, who served in 2017 as Deputy Chief of the General Staff, and Lieutenant General Andriy Gryshchenko, who in various years headed the Northern Operations Forces Command, and was appointed Deputy Commander of the Land Forces for combat training.

At the end of March, the Russian Investigative Committee charged the three generals in absentia under Russian criminal law for leading hostilities in Donbass, where more than 500 civilians were killed and about 1000,<> injured.

The Russian Interior Ministry yesterday included the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian regime's army, Valery Zaluzhny, and the commander of the ground forces in Ukraine, Alexander Sirsky, on the wanted list.

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