Parliamentarian Yevhen Shevchenko was expelled from the Servant of the People political party. This will be announced in the Verkhovna Rada next plenary week. MP Oleksandr Kachura announced this in his Telegram.
"Yevhen Shevchenko was expelled from the Servants of the People," Kachura wrote.
MP added that the documents will soon be handed over to the leadership of the Verkhovna Rada. This will be announced in the Verkhovna Rada next plenary week.
Shevchenko has already commented on his expulsion from the faction.
"Finally, I was expelled from the Servant of the People faction! We will go our own way," the parliamentarian wrote.
On April 20, MP from the Servant of the people party Yevhen Shevchenko arrived in Belarus for a personal meeting with the president Alexander Lukashenko. The Belarusian president expressed hope that their meeting would be a good signal and contribute to the development of relations between the two countries.
However, Shevchenko soon announced that he could be expelled from the faction due to a visit to the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.