08 July 2015, 06:22
Native of Stavropol Territory states fabrication of case on his participation in Syrian conflict
Pavel Okruzhko, a native of Kislovodsk, Stavropol Territory, who is living in Turkey, is accused by Russian law enforcers of taking part in an illegal armed formation (IAF) in the territory of Syria. Okruzhko himself stated that his case was fabricated and his rights were violated in the context of the blocking of his bank accounts.
Pavel Okruzhko, born in 1983, got into the focus of power agents after converting to Islam, the figurant on the case himself told the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent. According to his version, on the website of the "Rosfinmonitoring" (Russian Federal Financial Monitoring Service) he was placed on the list of active terrorists and extremists, whereby all his bank accounts were blocked.
"All this happened without any notification at the time. As they explained to me, a person may now be added to such lists without a court decision, only on the basis of the fact that you are suspected of something, and an investigation is underway," Okruzhko said.
He posted a video appeal on the YouTube service, in which he stated that due to the unjustified accusation he was illegally put on the list of terrorists and extremists of the "Rosfinmonitoring".
In his appeal he asks to restore his rights, including unlocking his bank accounts.
Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.
Author: Magomed Tuayev; Source: CK correspondent