'DPR' terrorists put Poroshenko on 'wanted list' for alleged murder of Pavlov AKA 'Motorola'.

They claim he allegedly "approved the contract hit."

Pavlov was killed in a blast in the elevator in 2016 / Screenshot

Pavlov was killed in a blast in the elevator in 2016 / Screenshot

Members of the Russia-controlled "Donetsk People's Republic" ("DPR") terrorist organization have announced that the fifth president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, has been put on the "wanted list."

"The so-called 'prosecutor general's office' of the 'DPR' has opened a criminal case against the fifth president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, on suspicion of organizing the murder of one of ['DPR'] leaders Arsen Pavlov nom de guerre 'Motorola,'" according to Ukraine's news outlet Novosti Donbasa, which cites announcements posted on "DPR"-controlled websites.

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The terrorists claim Poroshenko "approved the execution plan of Pavlov's murder executed by the Ukrainian special services."

As noted, "a preventive measure in the form of detention has been chosen" for Poroshenko, who is "facing" from 15 to 20 years in prison or life imprisonment in Russia-occupied Donbas.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Russian citizen Pavlov AKA 'Motorola' was liquidated in the Russia-occupied city of Donetsk in October 2016. He was killed in a blast of an improvised explosive device in the elevator of the house where he lived.

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