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Prosecutor General’s Office summons Ukraine’s incumbent president for questioning

Poroshenko is summoned for questioning in cases of crimes against Euromaidan activists
16:27, 6 May 2019

Petro Poroshenko, the current President of Ukraine
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Ukraine’s Prosecutor General’s Office summons incumbent president Petro Poroshenko for questioning on May 7, Ukrainian News report citing their source in the institution.

“He (Poroshenko, - ed.) is summoned for tomorrow,” the source says.

According to the source, Poroshenko is summoned for questioning in cases of crimes against Euromaidan activists. They also expect him to sign the protocol of the interrogation in November 2016.

“We summoned him to sign the previous one (protocol of the interrogation in November 2016, - ed.) and to hold another one,” the source noted.

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Serhiy Horbatyuk, the Head of Special Investigations Department of the General Prosecutor’s Office, confirmed the information on summoning Poroshenko for additional questioning on May 7.

 

Related: Ukraine's Prosecutor General: I am ready for resignation, but see no reason to quit

On Friday, November 18, 2016, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko was questioned in the case of crimes against Euromaidan activists. The interrogation took place on November 18 at the Presidential Administration, although it was initially planned that the interrogation would take place on November 29 at the premises of the Prosecutor General's Office. The interrogation lasted for six hours.

Related: Nine people sentenced to imprisonment for crimes during Euromaidan

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