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MOSCOW, August 12. /TASS/. Moscow expects Stockholm to investigate Swedish neo-Nazis’ participation in combat operations in eastern Ukraine, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.
Commenting on Swedish media reports on a probe against a local neo-Nazi activist suspected of war crimes in eastern Ukraine in 2014, the Russian Foreign Ministry said that "foreign citizens’ participation in the Ukrainian conflict is unacceptable."
"We expect Sweden’s authorities to conduct a thorough investigation of its neo-Nazis’ activities in combat operations in Ukraine’s territory and crimes they commit in the conflict zone," the ministry said.