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Police to investigate Zelensky's violation of lockdown restrictions, - official

Source : 112 Ukraine

President of Ukraine faces a fine of 17,000 hryvnias (635 dollars) for visiting a cafe in Khmelnytskyi
15:11, 4 June 2020

President of Ukraine faces a fine of 17,000 hryvnias (635 dollars) for visiting a cafe in Khmelnytskyi
Office of the President of Ukraine

The Ministry of Internal Affairs promises to investigate the issue of violation of quarantine restrictions by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. This was announced by Deputy Interior Minister Anton Herashchenko on the air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

Yesterday, on June 3, the President and his delegation arrived on an official visit to Khmelnytskyi, where they took a walk through the central part of the city and tasted coffee in a local coffee shop, which, according to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers, had to be quarantined.

As a result, the President faces a fine of 17,000 hryvnias (635 dollars).

Related: Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry could extend lockdown after June 22

Herashchenko noted that it was not the first time when the police had to fine Zelensky.

"When Volodymyr Zelensky showed his ballot in April 2019, he was fined for violation of the confidentiality of voting. Therefore, the competent police bodies will examine this issue," Ukraine's Deputy Interior Minister added.

As we reported earlier, the Mayor of Cherkasy Anatoliy Bondarenko has decided to sue President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

According to the statement of Bondarenko's lawyer, the mayor of Cherkasy intends to collect UAH 1 (0.04 dollars) from the head of state.

Related: When lockdown ends: Changes in Ukraine from June 1

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