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The court issued this ruling on Wednesday, March 5. Officers of the Security Service of Ukraine must deliver them to the court, where it will choose a preventive measure for them, the press service of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine said this in a statement.

Acting Prosecutor General of Ukraine Oleh Makhnitsky said earlier that criminal proceedings were opened against a number of politicians, including Aksionov and Konstantinov. They are charged with an attempt to forcibly change or overthrow the constitutional order or seize the state power, an encroachment on the territorial integrity and other crimes against the state.

Makhnitsky also warned that any action taken by these persons will not have any legal consequences.

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