Former "DNR Minister" detained in Russia on suspicion of stealing a charger 02/22/2019 13:35:44. Total views 973. Views today — 0.

Former "Minister of Agricultural Policy and Food of the DNR" Alexey Krasilnikov was detained in Moscow on suspicion of petty theft. He himself wrote this on his Facebook.

"Today I was arrested in Moscow on suspicion of theft of the charger. I am sitting in the Moscow police station, Tverskoy district, St. Bolshaya Dmitrovka 2", - he wrote.

He also reported that his passport and hotel keys had been taken from him and suggested that he would be detained and deported to Ukraine.

"Most likely I will be detained, I was detained by the rank-and-file police employees, they knew that I was a minister. They talk about my deportation to Ukraine", - he wrote

This is the last note of Krasilnikov on the social network, dated February 20. Further fate of the "minister" is unknown.

Former "acting Minister of Agrarian Policy of the DNR" Alexey Krasilnikov fell into disgrace of the then leader of the "DNR" Alexander Zakharchenko in 2014 and, fearing arrest, fled to Russia.