Britain Put into the lists Wagner as a “terrorist organization”

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In the statement made by the British Home Office, it was stated that Wagner was included in the list of “prohibited terrorist groups or organizations” under British law.

According to the news in AA, with this decision, it will become legal to impose measures such as imprisonment of up to 14 years, freezing or confiscation of assets against Wagner supporters within the scope of the Terrorism Act of 2000. With the decision, it will now be a crime to attend and support Wagner and his meetings, and to carry coats of arms, logos and flags representing Wagner in public places.

In the statement made by the Ministry on September 6, it was reported that a draft ban order was submitted to the parliament for the Wagner group to be included in the list of banned organizations as of September 13. In the statement, the scope of the group’s activities and threats to British citizens abroad were cited as the reason for the decision regarding Wagner.

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