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KAZAN, March 24. /ITAR-TASS/. Twenty-two of 43 KAMAZ trucks seized by Right Sector militants were lost in Ukraine’s Chernihiv. The producer tried to ship the trucks to Kazakhstan. The lost vehicles were guarded by supporters of Ukrainian ultra-radical nationalist organization, said Oleg Afanasyev, spokesperson for KAMAZ OJSC on Monday.
He added that on the recent weekend (March 22-23), the shipment of seized trucks was divided into two parts: 21 vehicles were left on a parking guarded by the police, and the rest was transferred for keeping to supporters of the Right Sector. After that, the trucks were lost. Representatives of the carmaker said the vehicles could be taken away from the city.
March 17, militants of the Right Sector de facto arrested a shipment of trucks that the management of KAMAZ trading company prepared for shipping to Kazakhstan. In order to return the vehicles, representatives of the carmaker addressed Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office, as well as Russia’s and Kazakhstan’s ministries of foreign affairs. “As far as we know, the diplomats joined the activities aimed at returning the carmaker’s property,” KAMAZ OJSC spokesperson said.