Russia Update: Nationalist Claims FSB Jailed Him When He Refused to Commit Terrorism in Ukraine

March 30, 2015
Aleksandr Potkin (Belov), organizer of Russian March in Tversky Court in October 2014. Photo by Mikhail Pochuyev/TASS

Welcome to our column, Russia Update, where we will be closely following day-to-day developments in Russia, including the Russian government’s foreign and domestic policies.

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Imprisoned Russian nationalist Aleksandr Belov (Potkin) says the FSB is persecuting him because he refused to collaborate with them to commit corporate raids and terrorist acts in Ukraine.

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