HCP has posted a record of conversations of adviser to Putin about Crimea and the new Russia

The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine has published on its YouTube channel the recording of telephone conversations, which allegedly is the voice of the Russian presidential adviser Sergei Glazyev, as well as Director of the Institute of CIS countries Konstantin Zatulin. At the request of prosecutors in these conversations discussed the fate of the Crimea and “Novorossiya” project. As reported 112.ua the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said that was a linguistic examination, which found that the voices on the recording are owned by Glazyev and Zatulin.

With Zatulin and Glazyev yet could not be reached. Glazyev was asked to call him back on Tuesday.

In the opening credits of the video published by the Ukrainian Agency says the Prosecutor General’s office “received evidence of the involvement of representatives of the Russian authorities for infringement on the territorial integrity of Ukraine”. In this presidential adviser Glazyev calls Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s office “the key person responsible for the organization of crime”. In most recordings are conversations, one of which the eye supposedly held on 27 February 2014 with Zatulin about the formation of Executive power in the Crimea.

“There, then, began to form a new Executive, judging by the statements Aksenov (head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov. — ) some kind of coordinating Council. It is necessary to “Myrica our forgot and all people that are on the street because Aksenov not trusted and may diverge”, says the man, whom the Ukrainian Prosecutor calls Glazyev. “We need the guys who are on the street, this Executive power representatives have delegated,” he adds. People named Zatulin, answering him, she’ll “try to interfere in this process”.

In a conversation dated March 6, 2014, which allegedly involved the eyes and the current head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov, discussed “the organization of the referendum in the Crimea.” “The eye” argues that the issues on the referendum “poorly designed” because “many simply for the words “part of Ukraine” did not vote”. “Aksenov” he responds that “we do not expect Ukraine vote”. “Just the same colleagues of work, landed five groups, of your countrymen, from different organizations that came in and finished materials agreed with the state Duma,” — said the man, whom the Prosecutor General of Ukraine calls Aksenov.

The conversation, dated February 28, 2014, also allegedly takes place between Glazyev and Zatulin. In it, according to Ukrainian Agency, discussed “financing mass offences and the seizure of the regional administrations on the territory of the Odessa and Kharkiv regions”.

“I want to say in other regions, we have financed Kharkov, financed Odessa, < … > Well, there is a small amount: 2 thousands, 3 thousands. I have here four applications are Chaly signed on 50 thousand hryvnias”, — says Zatulin”.

In a conversation dated March 1, 2014, “the eye” gives to a man named Anatoly Petrovich, the instructions “to organize mass riots and the capture of public authorities on the territory of Ukraine, approved by the Prosecutor General. “Zaporozhye that is silent? Where did they go? We know that he had fifteen hundred men. Where are they, where are the Cossacks? <…> I have an order all to raise, to rouse the people. People should gather at the square to demand to turn to Russia for help against Bandera,” says “eye”. “I have direct instruction — to raise people in Ukraine where we can.” Also provided is a conversation of February 27, 2014, which allegedly eyes and Zatulin discuss the organization “of the riots in Kharkov and Odessa”.

Crimea became part of Russia after the referendum on the Peninsula on March 16, 2014. Kiev this step is not guilty and has accused Russia of “occupation” of the Crimea. Moscow these accusations have been repeatedly rejected. The Ukrainian authorities also repeatedly accused Russia of “aggression” in the South-East of the country, these accusations of the Russian side was also rejected.

August 22, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said that the Prosecutor General of Ukraine has notified Glazyev, the head of the defense Ministry Sergei Shoigu and 16 Russian officials on suspicion of very serious crimes against national security of Ukraine.