Investigators interrogate Poroshenko in the case of Euromaidan. The President of Ukraine testifies in the Prosecutor General’s office. He’s on the case as a witness.
In Ukraine, investigators of the Prosecutor General’s office (GPU) interrogate the outgoing President Petro Poroshenko in the case of the murder of people during the Euromaidan. This was reported by the press service of the GPU.
Poroshenko had to be on interrogation on Tuesday, May 7, but he “missed” it. Later, the presidential Administration itself contacted the investigators and agreed on a new date.
The President of Ukraine passes on business while as the witness. The need for a new interrogation in the GPU explained by the fact that during public speeches Poroshenko said about the facts that were previously unknown to the investigation. In addition, the President has not signed a previous Protocol of interrogation.
Recall that as a result of Euromaidan in 2014 in Ukraine there was a coup. During the protests, unknown snipers shot at both activists and law enforcement officers. As a result, many people on both sides were killed and injured.