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KIEV, August 26. /TASS/. Ukraine’s courts are due to deliver around 15 sentences against Russian citizens in the coming months, the country’s chief military prosecutor told reporters on Wednesday.
"In the coming months, we will have up to 15 sentences of Ukraine’s courts against the representatives of the Russian Federation," Anatoly Matios said, adding that this will be an open trial.
The military prosecutors are currently investigating more than 3,000 criminal cases. They will be combined into a single case into setting up terrorist organizations, deliberate damage to property and other crimes.