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“MINISTRY OF STATE SECURITY” OF NON-EXISTENT “DPR” ACCUSES CSU CA OF EXTREMISM

“MINISTRY OF STATE SECURITY” OF NON-EXISTENT “DPR” ACCUSES CSU CA OF EXTREMISM 
The “Ministry of State Security” (MSS), a body of occupying authority, of the so-called “Donetsk People's Republic” (DPR) has accused Security and Cooperation in Ukraine (CSU) CA of extremism.  
Following procedures carried out by the MSS of the DPR, it was said that, in activities carried out by Security and Cooperation in Ukraine – a Ukrainian civic association linked to Stopterror – a Ukrainian project, (Entry No. 1 074 102 0000 054062 in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, Individual Entrepreneurs and NGOs of Ukraine), elements of extremism are seen. 
More specifically, the website was used to collect and process data on deployment and movement of forces of the DPR People's Police Department (UPM) and other information - which is further used to carry out “terrorist activities” by the Armed Forces of Ukraine towards the DPR’s objects and civilian population. Information gathered was submitted to the court
On 31 May 2017, the Judicial Panel of the Supreme Court of the DPR, decided to recognise the organisation as extremist and banned its activities in the territory of the DPR.

As a reminder, the DPR MSS said that collection and transmission of intelligence information as well as cooperation with organisations banned in the DPR are criminal offences.