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"Yes, indeed, Oleksandr Kovalyov was suspected," he confirmed, adding that at the time, many people – both Afghans and MPs – had assisted the Berkut officers in fleeing Kyiv. Slyniavchuk believed this was slander because the weapons were found in 2015, but the information was only now publicly released along with the name of the suspect.

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