GPU questioned Avakov in the case of the assassination attempt on Yanukovych – media

ГПУ допросит Авакова по делу о покушении на Януковича - СМИ

Arsen Avakov called in for questioning to the gpou

The Prosecutor General’s office sent the interior Minister a summons about a call on interrogation on the case of a possible assassination attempt on ex-President in 2014.

The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine plans to interrogate the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov within the framework of criminal proceedings on the fact of a possible assassination attempt on the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych in 2014. This is with reference to its sources reported on Thursday, December 6, UNN.

“Planned questioning Avakov (in criminal proceedings on the fact of a possible assassination attempt on Yanukovych – ed.)”, – said the Agency interlocutor.

According to him, has already been submitted to the relevant agenda, the head of the interior Ministry. However, the source did not specify on what date Avakov invited to the GPU.

We will remind, the Prosecutor General’s office carries out pre-judicial investigation in criminal proceedings from 29 may 2015 upon Commission from 21 February to 22 April 2014 “unidentified persons with the use of firearms intentional action to commit premeditated murder” of former President Viktor Yanukovych.

In June 2018, the Pechersk district court of Kyiv ordered the Prosecutor to hand over a former guard of Yanukovych Dmitry Ivantsov memo on procedural rights and duties as a victim than actually found his victim in the framework of the production of the assassination of the former President.

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