Maxym Zhorin, head of the central office of the National Corps, former commander of the Azov Regiment, commented on the statement of former party representatives Nazar Kravchenko and Serhiy Filimonov.
Yesterday we had a normal male conversation with our former comrades-in-arms, which they came to with weapons. They talked about their unworthy behavior from the point of view of Azov and veteran ethics, not about politics, far less about Sternenko, he said.
Zhorin stressed that lies and slander are never forgiven among comrades-in-arms.
I am sorry that people who have given in to veteran principles, and even just ordinary human principles, keep lying and talking about tortures. They just decided to raise another wave of hype for the sake of political dividends, he said.