Interpol removed Andriy Klyuyev, the former head of Presidential Administration at the times of the former Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych, Ukrainska Pravda reports, citing Yaroslav Trakalo, the National Police Director for Communication.
According to her, the commission controlling the files of the Interpol took the decision during their 99th session.
Trakalo also reported that the Ukrainian bureau has already applied the information received, namely the copy of the decision of the commission controlling the files of the Interpol, to the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.
As it was reported earlier, Andriy Klyuyev is suspected of illegal actions being the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, resulting in executing illegal orders by the former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych to break up Euromaidan activists on November 22 – 29 back in 2013.
Andriy Klyuyev was added to the wanted list on February 28, 2014.
The Security Service of Ukraine has found that Klyuyev is on the territory of Russia.
The European Court of Justice is expected to announce a decision on the introduction of personal restrictive measures against members of the previous government of Ukraine, including Klyuyev on September 15.