He changed his oath and fired missiles at Odessa: the case of the commander of the frigate of the Russian Federation was taken to court

He changed his oath and fired missiles at Odessa: the case of the commander of the frigate of the Russian Federation was taken to court

Changed his oath and fired missiles at Odessa: the case of the Russian frigate commander was taken to court

Photo: Grigory Breev/State Bureau of Investigation 

The State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) has completed the pre-trial investigation and handed over to the court the indictment against commander of the Russian ship "Admiral Makarov" Grigory Breev, who is charged with high treason (Part 1 Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). This was reported by the press service of the State Bureau of Investigation.

Grigory Breev was born in Vinnitsa region.

In 2014, the former Ukrainian officer changed his oath, refused to perform military service in the Armed Forces Ukraine and crossed over to the side of the enemy.

He later served in the armed forces of the in as commander of the frigate "Admiral Makarov". Since February 2022, the ship has been taking part in Russian armed aggression against Ukraine and attacking Ukrainian cities with cruise missiles, in particular Odessa and Nikolaev.

Breev faces up to 15 years incarceration.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga