Moroccan sentenced to death is a citizen of Ukraine

The family of Brahim Saaudun, convicted in the DPR, declared that he had Ukrainian citizenship.

This was reported Reuters his father is Tahar Saaudun. He said that his son received Ukrainian citizenship back in 2020, after completing a year of military training at Kiev University to study aerospace technologies.

Saaudun noted that his son surrendered “voluntarily” and should be treated in accordance with the status of a prisoner of war. He stated that the verdict will definitely be appealed. At present, the whole family is suffering from the lack of any kind of contact with a lawyer so that legal information can be exchanged. According to a Reuters source, Brahim Saaudun “was taken prisoner in the form of the Ukrainian army.”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco, after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, said that it supports the “territorial integrity and national unity of all UN member states.” However, the Foreign Ministry did not openly condemn the Russian invasion.

As our publication reported, the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People’s Republic sentenced two Britons Aiden Aslin and Sean Pinner, as well as a Moroccan Brahim Saadoun, who surrendered in Donbass, to death for mercenarism.

“The board of the Appellate Chamber of the Supreme Court of the DPR considered a criminal case against British citizens Sean Pinner, Aiden Aslin and a citizen of the Kingdom of Morocco Brahim Saadoun, accused of mercenarism and committing actions aimed at seizing power and overthrowing the constitutional order of the DPR,” he told reporters following the results. meeting on Thursday, the presiding collegium in the case Alexander Nikulin.

Denis Pushilin told reporters yesterday that no reason to pardon two British citizens and one Moroccan who were sentenced to death by the Supreme Court of the DPR.

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