SK opened case on a Ukrainian doctor for incitement to harm the wounded in Donbass


Investigators opened a criminal case against Ukrainian citizen Oleksandr Chernov on signs of the crime provided by part 4 of article 33, part 1 of article 356 of the criminal code (incitement to use of prohibited means and methods of warfare), said the official representative of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) Vladimir Markin.

According to investigators, 20 Jun Chernov, who previously worked as an anesthesiologist-resuscitator of city hospital № 7 in the town of Yenakiyevo of Donetsk region of Ukraine, gave an interview to the journalist of one of Ukrainian TV channels. In this Chernov has publicly called for Ukrainian doctors “in compliance with conspiracy” to provide medical aid of inadequate quality for the wounded of the civilians injured during the conflict in the Donbass, that is, those who are not willing to recognize the legitimacy of the current government in Ukraine,” said Markin.

Chernov declined counterparts to enter such patients medications not intended for treatment, causing the need to step their death.

Markin notes that their actions Chernov has violated the provisions of the Geneva Convention relative to the protection of civilian persons in time of war of 1949 and Additional Protocol II thereto, signed in 1977.

The representative of the RCDS also reminded that in accordance with part 3 of article 12 of the criminal code of the Russian Federation, foreign citizens not residing permanently in Russia and who have committed a crime outside the borders of our country, subject to criminal liability in cases stipulated by an international Treaty of Russia.