A Moscow court arrested in absentia former adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine Alexei Arestovich, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation put him on the international wanted list. The notorious ex-official commented on the relevant information.
The Basmanny court in the Russian capital arrested in absentia the ex-adviser to the head of Zelensky's Office. In the aggressor country, Arestovich was accused of calling for terrorism and spreading fake news about the Russian Armed Forces.
In addition, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the terrorist state put the former official on the international wanted list, NBN reports with reference to Kreschatic.
The former adviser to the OPU commented on the news in his Telegram channel. He wrote that in the Republic of Belarus a criminal case was opened against him for terrorism, in the aggressor country for extremism, and in his homeland for sexism, noting that “Great Rus' has united forever.”
Previously, the media reported that Arestovich left Ukraine thanks to a letter from the GUR MOU. Budanov denied the relevant information, saying that the department did not provide the ex-official with any documents to cross the state border.