NoIn a statement cited by France-Presse (AFP) today, the investigative team in charge of the case says the body of the 42-year-old ex-soldier, identified as Stanislav Ryszydski, was found Monday morning with “gunshot wounds.” Street in Krasnodar, a city of about one million people.
According to the same source, Rishitsky was deputy to the head of the city council, which directed the “mobilization operations” of the armed forces in Krasnodar.
The committee says investigators are trying to establish the identity of the killer and the motive for the crime, which occurred while the victim was exercising.
According to investigators, the perpetrator was well aware of Rishitsky’s routine and chose a location out of the reach of video surveillance cameras to commit the murder.
The former soldier, who according to his family retired from military operations in 2021, was added to the Ukrainian “Mirodvorets” list, according to which he “knowingly carried out orders to destroy the state of Ukraine”.
Since April, the Russian armed forces have launched an extensive military recruitment campaign with the promise of substantial salaries and social benefits.
The Russian invasion of Ukrainian territory — which began in February 2022 and was justified by Russian President Vladimir Putin as the need to “denazify” and militarize Ukraine for Russia’s security — was generally condemned by the international community. Sending arms to Kiev and imposing political and economic sanctions on Moscow.
Also Read: Belarus Confirms: Group Wagner Will Train With Its Armed Forces
Always know first.
Consumer Choice for Online Press for the seventh year in a row.
Download our free app.
“Hardcore explorer. Extreme communicator. Professional writer. General music practitioner. Prone to fits of apathy.”