“The new prosecutor should create effective coordination of law enforcement and the quality of the preliminary investigation to implement the principle of the inevitability of punishment. Particular attention should be paid to the investigation and documentation of crimes committed in armed conflict - the military and against humanity, with the aim of creating a solid evidence base for the International Criminal Court and national courts,” reads the massage.
Bilousov outlined the priority areas of work: war crimes, crimes against life, against national security, as well as crimes in the economic, budgetary and land spheres.
Bilousov was born on March 31, 1984 in the city of Bila Tserkva in the Kyiv region. He has been working in the prosecutor's office since 2010. He served as the First Deputy Military Prosecutor of the Joint Forces since August 2018.
As we reported earlier, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Ruslan Ryaboshapka believes that 218 prosecutors refused to pass the recertification due to the test for integrity. The prosecutor general is sure that the prosecutors see the major risk for themselves in the test for integrity.