Ukraine's Ministry of the Interior revoked the licenses of four security companies whose employees took part in the shootout in Brovary. Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Serhiy Honcharov stated this, according to the website of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
As part of the investigation, investigators from the National Police appealed to the Ministry of Internal Affairs to conduct an audit of the activities of four metropolitan security companies whose employees are participants in the shooting.
By orders of the Ministry from June 05, licenses for security activities were completely revoked: LLC Profohorona, LLC Security Group Kyiv Center, LLC DV Security, LLC Security Group Fort-3.
As we reported before, the National Police apprehended 13 people involved in the recent shooting in Brovary, Kyiv region. One of the detainees appeared to be a criminal mastermind known under the alias of Vekha (Landmark, - 112 International).
"13 people were detained in Kyiv, Brovary and Irpin, led by criminal mastermind Vekha. It is clear that they were the ones who acted as the local carriers. All are suspected in brigandism and a murder attempt. Firearms and ammunition were seized. We'll get them all," Avakov said.