Three residents of the Moscow region announced warnings for donations to the Ukrainian army


The FSB Department for Moscow and the Moscow Region issued official warnings against committing treason (Article 275 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) to three residents of the Moscow Region. According to the FSB, they transferred donations to the Ukrainian charitable foundation Come Back Alive, which provides financial assistance to the Ukrainian army.

“Taking into account the fact that the actions of these Russian citizens related to the provision of financial assistance to a foreign organization whose activities are directed against the security of the Russian Federation create conditions for the commission of a crime under article 275 of the Criminal Code of Russia, they have been issued an official warning,” the press release said. agency services (quote from “RIA News”).

The FSB did not specify the size of the donation made by residents of the Moscow region.

The Come Back Alive Foundation was established in 2014. This is one of the largest funds that cooperate with the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The fund purchases drones, thermal imagers, night vision devices and other military equipment for the army. Foundation staff also train the military.

After the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine, the Prosecutor General’s Office stated that donations to finance the Ukrainian army could be considered treason. Defendants under this article can face up to 20 years in prison.

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