Model Maria Korshunova, beaten up by Luhansk council deputy Roman Landyk, signed a' peace treaty' with the latter, Igor Zazymkin, the lawyer of Maria Korshunova, told a press conference.

"We had several meetings with Volodymyr Landyk (father of Roman Landyk - ed.) and discussed all the questions. We don't have any more claims to Roman," Zazymkin said.

The lawyer refused to specify whether Maria Korchunova received compensation, but assured the girl is doing fine and has no complains. "I don't want to reveal the details of the agreement," Zazymkin said.

He noted that the fact of 'peace treaty' can be an extenuating circumstance during the trial. According to the lawyer, the case has been sent to a Luhansk district court.

As a reminder, July 4, in the restaurant "Bakkara" in Luhansk Roman Landyk beat up a girl. The incident happened because of the failed flirt with one of the visitors.

July 7 the prosecutor's office of Luhansk regions instituted a criminal against Landyk.

July 10 the law enforcement forces established the whereabouts of Landyk. Later he was detained in Krasnodar (Russia).

July 12 Roman Landyk was excluded from the Party of Regions.

July 19 the Office of prosecutor general delivered a request to Russia on extradition of Landyk. On August 11 Russia met the request and September 21 Landyk was delivered to the Russian-Ukrainian border checkpoint

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