Moscow City Court sentences ex-Ukrainian MP to 2 yrs in case of attack on Russian Embassy in Kyiv.

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax.

"Rudkovskyi shall be sentenced to two years of imprisonment in a general-security penal colony," Judge Yelena Pospelova said, reading the sentence on Monday.

Rudkovskyi was found guilty of attacking an institution under international protection in order to complicate international relations.

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The trial was held in accordance with a special procedure, without the examination of evidence, as Rudkovskyi had fully admitted his guilt and showed remorse for his deed.

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