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Video conference with ex-Berkut policemen may be established during Yanukovych interrogation, - Gorbatyuk
15:38, 27 November 2016
Video conference with ex-Berkut policemen may be established during Yanukovych interrogation, - Gorbatyuk

According to the head of the Special Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, such measures are intended to be applied by the Court, so that the meeting was not disrupted again

15:38, 27 November 2016

RBC Ukraine

In order to question the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych on November 28, a video call with the ex-Berkut policemen, suspected of shooting Maidan protesters, may be established from Lukyanivska Prison. This was reported on the air of "112 Ukraine" TV channel by the head of the Special Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, Sergiy Gorbatyuk.

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"In order to able to conduct the interrogation, as known, the possibility to conduct video conference is being organized from jail. If they (Suspects - ed.) will not be able to leave, then perhaps the interrogation will be held through a video conference," he said.

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Gorbatyuk also added that this is an initiative of Svyatoshyn district court of Kyiv.

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