Volodymyr Vyatrovych, the lawmaker from European Solidarity faction and former Director of the Institute of the National Memory is summoned for the interview at the SBI, State Bureau of Investigations of Ukraine. The MP is a witness in the holding the international forum timed to the 85th anniversary of Holodomor in Ukraine. Vyatrovych reported that on Facebook.
"I'm summoned for an interview at the SBI, as the witness in the case initiated by [MP Maksym] Buzhansky for holding the international forum timed to the 85th anniversary of the memory of victims of Holodomor. Are we going to get back to putting people behind the bars for crimes of the Communists?" he wrote.
Vyatrovych added that the summoning notice was signed by investigator Amelin - "the same man whom I sued for "failing to notice" the state treason act by Yermak and Kuchma", the MP wrote.
Previously, Vyatrovych filed an appeal to the SBU, Ukraine's State Security Service, claiming that the document signed by Ukraine's representatives in Minsk and actions of these officials (Leonid Kuchma and Andriy Yermak) contradicted the Constitution and other Ukrainian laws.