The Spaniards, which the Ministry of internal Affairs of the country suspected of involvement in the fighting in the Donbass, testify to the judge on Thursday. The lawyer of one of them, a resident of Madrid Hector Arroyo, said Fins news that no real accusations they make not have the opportunity.
8 people suspected of involvement in the fighting in the East of Ukraine, were caught in Spain at the end of February. The operation, codenamed DANKO took place in Asturias, Extremadura, Murcia, Navarra, Barcelona, two were caught in Madrid, and one in the immediate vicinity of the capital Alcorcon. All of them were released after testifying to the police. The Ministry of interior of Spain stated that the action captured "undermine peace and independence of the country" and in conflict with the neutral status of Spain in the conflict. Suspect charged with possession of weapons, explosives, complicity in murder.
"I think, because it's totally untenable from a legal point of view, as there is no real accusations that they can present," said Arlanc Ibarrondo (Erlantz Ibarrondo, lawyer of one of the captured, Hector Arroyo. Himself Arroyo, which is expected on March 26, to testify to the judge, said that " feels good and relaxed ".
lawyer nourishes the hope that the case will be closed for lack of evidence." They confirmed several times that did not participate in the fighting, what They did was told about what is happening in the Donbas, " said Ibarrondo. According to his statement, the judge should recognize that the purpose of the Spaniards in the Donbas was " to inform, to describe the situation faced by the people of Ukraine, to help them peaceful method ".
"It is impossible to give not a single evidence that They have committed iniquity, where blame them. Moreover, They themselves were witnesses of violence against civilians. To say that They put under the risk neutrality of Spain is just absurd, " added the lawyer.
Thursday will testify only three of the Spaniards, the inhabitants of Madrid, the other five who live in other places, will appear before magistrates later, at the place of residence.