The Prosecutor General’s office published the agenda of Poroshenko and Klitschko on the “Maidan”

The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine confirmed the call on interrogation on the case of crimes committed against activists of the Euromaidan, the President of Petro Poroshenko and Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko and issued subpoenas that have been sent. This wrote the press-Secretary of Department Larisa Sargan in his Facebook.

She said that the head of state and the mayor will act as witnesses.


“As witnesses during August of the current year in the Department of special investigations of the Prosecutor General was invited, in particular, (President) Poroshenko, (former Prime Minister) Yatsenyuk, (Secretary of the Council of national security and defense Alexander Turchinov (the mayor of Kiev Vitaly Klitschko (speaker of the Verkhovna Rada Andrei Parubiy and others,” said the spokesman.

His message on the social network Sargan attached the agenda for the interrogation of the speaker of Parliament Andriy Parubiy and the Governor of the Transcarpathian region Gennady Moskal. Date of interrogation on the published photos are hidden. Photos of subpoenas also issued to the Agency UNN.

That Poroshenko and Klitschko will cause on interrogation in the Prosecutor General of the Republic, it became known yesterday, August 8, from reports in the Ukrainian media.

On 8 August the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko said that at the interrogations also invoked former Prime Minister of the country Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov, NSDC Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov and leader of the Radical party Oleg Lyashko.

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Anniversary of Euromaidan in Kiev. Photos



In Kiev marked the anniversary of the beginning Euromaidan. Out on the street the Day of dignity and freedom, the citizens paid tribute to the victims on the streets of the Ukrainian capital.

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In November 2013 in Kiev, the protests began in connection with the statement of the government to suspend the signing of the Association agreement with the European Union. In January and February 2014 in the main square of the Ukrainian capital — Maidan Nezalezhnosti and adjacent streets have been violent clashes. According to the PGO, January 22, and from 18 to 20 February 2014 in Kiev killed 77 civilians and 13 police officers and injured 185 people, nearly a thousand people received injuries of varying severity.