Zelensky plans to meet with students who suffered duting Maidan protest clashes in 2013

The meeting is scheduled for next week
22:04, 30 November 2019
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky plans to meet with students who suffered during Maidan protests clashes on the night of November 29-30, 2013. He stated this on his Facebook page.
The meeting is scheduled for the next week.
"Today, we hardly mention the names of the direct participants in the events that actually forced Ukraine to wake up and became the starting point of the great transformations. Where are they now? Have they stayed in Ukraine? After the Revolution of Dignity, did they get the opportunity to rule the country and implement changes?" Zelensky wrote.
In the cases of Euromaidan, 59 people were found guilty. This was the response of the Prosecutor General to the request of Radio Liberty.

"In general, Ukrainian law enforcement agencies reported 445 suspicions in this category of cases, including 48 officials, 228 law enforcement officers, including 27 investigators, 20 prosecutors and 23 judges. 195 indictments were sent to the court against 298 people. 59 people were found guilty of crimes, 46 of them received indictments, "the report said.

It is noted that during the events of Euromaidan 2442 people were injured. Of these, 1721 are civilians and 721 are law enforcement officers.

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