Co-chair of the Association of Ukrainians in Russia, Valeriy Semenenko is really detained the Director of the Library of Ukrainian literature in the Russian capital as a witness, he was not detained, said a source in law enforcement bodies.
"Semenenko was questioned as a witness in criminal case On incitement of national hatred and enmity, excited about the Director of the Library of Ukrainian literature of Natalia Sarinay, distributed among the visitors book publishing Dmytro Korchinsky, the court recognized extremist materials and prohibited to use ", - said the source news Agency.
It is noted that after interrogation he was released. The source said that during the business Director of the Library at Semenenko yesterday were searched. According to a source, the Library distributed books Korchinsky " I Vina NetOp ", "Amadeus" and " Kyiv ", recognized as extremist." in the course of searches conducted in the Library, found the book, on the cover of which bears a swastika, " said the head of the Department. First authorized Investigation Department of Russia Vladimir Markin confirmed the arrest of the Director of the Library of Ukrainian literature of Natalia Sarinay. The investigating authorities in Moscow filed a criminal case under the criminal code on Sarinay suspected of committing iniquity provided for in paragraph" b " of part 2 of article 282 of the Russian criminal code (inciting national hatred and enmity, and humiliation of human dignity). The detention of Sarinay and conducting searches in the Library of Ukrainian literature was announced on Wednesday. By assumption the investigation, in 2011-2015 Sharina, an officer, in violation of the Federal law "On counteracting extremist activity" was distributed among the visitors book publishing Korchinsky. According to Markin, during the investigation of the criminal case in the Library, located on the street in Moscow in the Russian capital, investigators of the Main Investigation Department together with the operational services conducted a search, during which seized printed materials containing appeals to anti-Russian and anti-Russian propaganda.