The leader of the banned in the Russian Federation nationalist organization "Brotherhood" Dmitry Korchinsky said that he was bred in Italy by Interpol on Russia's request.
"Russia gave me in the wanted list at Interpol, and because of this I was arrested by Italian police at the airport where he had arrived for a few days. As I said, the headquarters of Interpol, has already acknowledged this request politically motivated and Perhaps, I hope, let me out, "said Korchinsky on the air of TV channel" ".
to the question about the fact, in connection with what case He could be detained, Korchinsky said, because it is " linked to crime ".
in the early 90-ies Korchinsky was the head of the Ukrainian national self-defence - wing paramilitary party UNA-UNSO. He is also the head of all-Ukrainian political party " Brotherhood ". Korchinsky was one of the initiators of the national referendum on the issue of banning the Communist party of Ukraine. At the beginning of winter 2013, Ukrainian authorities announced that they suspected the head of the organization "Brotherhood" Korchinsky of organizing mass riots during the protest supporters of European integration, dissatisfied with the decision of the Cabinet to stop for a while preparing for signing the agreement on Union with the EU.
in March 2014, Russia's Investigative Committee opened a criminal case under the criminal code concerning the Inhabitants of Ukraine, consisting in the ranks of the UNA-UNSO, as well as among them active participants of the nationalist movement: Korchinsky, brothers Tyagnibok and Dmitry Yarosh.
The Supreme court of the Russian Federation in November 2014 was included in the list of extremist organizations " Right sector ", "Ukrainian national Assembly - Ukrainian national self-defense" (UNA-UNSO), the Ukrainian organization "Brotherhood" and "Trident behalf of Stepan Bandera and the Ukrainian insurgent army" (UPA). Full list of banned extremist organizations