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Military prosecution on inspection to the military unit Artemyev served in2009-07-08 17:40
Military prosecutors keep inspecting the military unit in South Ossetia Private Dmitry Artemyev recently deserted. This is what Sergey Fridinsky, Russia's Deputy Prosecutor General, Chief Military Prosecutor told journalists today, ITAR-TASS reports.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The inspection in the military unit has not been completed yet, - he specified. - We will report on the results of our work upon completion".
As Georgia Times wrote earlier, a criminal case under art. 338, part 2 (armed desertion) and art. 226, part 1 (stealing of firearms and ammunition) of Russia's Criminal Code was launched against Private Dmitry Artemyev.
Private Dmitry Artemyev, 18, who voluntarily fled the military unit in South Ossetia and made his way to the territory of Georgia had been drafted to South Ossetia on June 10 and had less than 5 months of service left.
On June 10 the unit where the soldier was serving was in charge of a set task on a security post deployed near Perevi village of Java district in the republic of South Ossetia. According to the inspection the 18-year-old Dmitry Medvedev left his duty station on July 2 at around 1-5 am stealing a Kalashnikov gun and 180 cartridges. The search activity undertaken by the command was of no effect.