MP filed application for state treason with SBU due to document signed in Minsk

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Voodymyr Vyatrovych, such actions of Leonid Kuchma and Andriy Yermak contradict the Constitution and other laws of Ukraine
18:46, 13 March 2020

Volodymyr Vyatrovych

MP from European Solidarity faction Volodymyr Vyatrovych submitted an appeal to the Security Service of Ukraine, NABU and the State Bureau of Investigation. He claimed that an act of high treason took place because of the agreements signed in Minsk on March 11 to create an advisory council with the participation of representatives of the so-called ‘Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republic’. Vyatrovych stated this on Facebook page and published a copy of the statement.

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“What Kuchma and Yermak did in Minsk is high treason. I turned to the SBU, NABU and the SBI with a request to open criminal proceedings,” Vyatrovych wrote.

The MP mentions the publication of mass media with reference to the document signed after the meeting.

"Such actions by the citizens of Ukraine, Kuchma and Yermak, are contrary to the Constitution and laws of Ukraine and testify to their support for the actions of the aggressor state aimed at relieving Russia of responsibility for the aggression," the statement said.

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Vyatrovych requests to investigate the involvement of other officials in the signing of the document, including President Volodymyr Zelensky.

As we reported before, Trilateral contact group for solution of Donbas conflict (Minsk talks group) agreed on the creation of an advisory board. It will comprise of representatives of Ukraine and self-proclaimed 'republics' of Donbas (ten from each, with the right for decisive vote), Germany, France and the OSCE (one from each, with the right for conciliatory vote).

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