Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov did not attend a meeting of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Law Enforcement Activities regarding the rape of a woman in the Kaharlyk police station. Oleksandra Ustinova, MP from the party Holos (The Voice), reports this on her page on Facebook.
“Avakov did not come to the closed committee on Avakov’s activities,” Ustinova wrote.
June 1, an extraordinary closed meeting of the parliamentary committee on law enforcement was planned regarding the situation that occurred in the Kaharlyk police department on the night of May 24, 2020. The leadership of the National Police of Ukraine and the State Bureau of Investigation were invited to the meeting.
On May 24, local resident Nelya Verbytska was tortured and raped right at the police station in Kagarlyk. Golosyivsky district court of Kyiv subsequently arrested two policemen Mykola Kuziv and Serhiy Sulyma, suspected of committing a crime.
As we reported earlier, in Kyiv, a man, who threatened to blow up the Metro bridge, was detained.
The news agency also notes that, according to sources, the miner demanded a meeting with Minister of the Interior Arsen Avakov.