Former head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan received a summon for questioning at the State Bureau of Investigation on September 14. Bohdan wrote about this on his Telegram channel.
"I just returned to Kyiv and immediately (they can, when they want) received a summons for interrogation at the SBI. I would be very happy to talk to them, and before that I invite journalists to meet near the SBI," Bohdan wrote.
The day before, the State Bureau of Investigation (SBI) reported that it had summoned Bohdan for questioning as a witness. The SBI noted that on September 9, Bohdan released information about the alleged existence of agreements with Russian officials regarding the status of Crimea, air traffic with the Russian Federation, exchange of prisoners and a number of other agreements not foreseen by laws and regulations or other directives of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
As we reported before, Former head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Bohdan said that after his interview with Ukrainian Journalist Dmytro Gordon, which was published earlier today, he was forced to leave Ukraine.