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Because of people wearing camouflage, not all journalists were able to get to the court room where son of Avakov's trial started

02.11.2017, 17:24
Some journalists and camera operators were not able to get to the courtroom of Solomyanskyi district court room, where on November 1 a pre-trial restriction was selected for Oleksandr Avakov, the son of the Minister of Internal Affairs, “Ukrainska pravda” reports. According to the media outlet, part of journalists and camera operators had to stay in the corridor. As the journalists who managed to get into the courtroom reported, the seats were taken by men wearing military camouflage uniforms who got to the courtroom from back entrance for personnel. On November 1, in Solomyanskyi district court of Kyiv city the pre-trial restriction is selected for the son of the Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov, Oleksandr Avakov.
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