Glazyev refused to come to the Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Глазьев отказался являться в Генпрокуратуру Украины

Advisor to the President of the Russian Federation Sergey Glazyev has refused to come on interrogation in the Main military Prosecutor’s office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine and called the entire Ukrainian government is illegitimate. This is referred to in his letter to Yuri Lutsenko from August 26, 2016.

“…I do not feel obliged to report to the Main military Prosecutor’s office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. Moreover, my obedience to this requirement could be qualified as complicity in the criminal actions of the usurpers of power,” wrote Glazyev.

He noted that not recognizing the legitimacy of the Ukrainian authorities, including the Prosecutor General’s office, Lutsenko called “call themselves Prosecutor General of Ukraine”.

Recall, August 8, GPU reported about suspicion in Commission of serious crimes against the foundations of national security of Ukraine on 18 senior officials of the Russian Federation, including the Russian presidential adviser Sergei Glazyev.

On 22 August, the Prosecutor General Yuri Lutsenko said that the individuals put on the state wanted list, is preparing a petition about their detention.

After that, Russia’s Investigative Committee opened a criminal case against the Minister of defence of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak, chief of the General staff of Ukraine Viktor Muzhenko, ex-commander of armed forces of Ukraine Anatoliy Pushnyakov, the current commander of the Land forces Serhiy Popko and the national guard commander Yuri Allerona.