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MOSCOW, March 09 /ITAR-TASS/. Western powers must close the road to presidency for Ukraine’s leading neo-Nazi Dmytro Yarosh, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s special envoy for democracy and supremacy of law, Konstantin Dolgov has written in Twitter.
“The de facto authorities in Kiev and their Western patrons should block the road to state power for the neo-Nazi Yarosh and his adepts,” he says.
Yarosh stands at head of the radical far-right Pravy Sektor (Right Sector) paramilitary movement, which according to the Time Magazine “has amassed a lethal arsenal of weapons.”
Dmytgro Ysarosh and his assistants have more than once stated in public their willingness to engage in combat operations against ‘the Russian Empire’.
Ukrainian militants must stand trial for the murders they are guilty of committing at that Kiev's central Independence Square notorious for protest actions, Konstantin Dolgov, the Russian Foreign Ministry's Envoy for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law, wrote on his Twitter page.
"Outrages of far right nationalists enjoying impunity have absolutely discredited the Maidan protest," he said. "The militants guilty of murders must be put on trial.