Ex-President of Poland Alexander Kwasniewski warned Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky against the political persecution of his predecessor Petro Poroshenko. Kwasniewski said this in an interview with the BBC.
"If he (Zelensky, - ed.) does what he wants to do, because it is revenge or because his voters like it, it will be bad not only for Poroshenko, it will be bad first of all for Zelensky. Because it will damage his image of a young man, who looks into the future, who wants to create a modern democratic country," Kwasniewski said.
The ex-president of Poland added that if such a political performance happens, then, of course, the world will not be silent.
In September, the State Bureau of Investigation said that 13 criminal cases were opened against ex-president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. A few more are being investigated by the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU).
Earlier, Petro Poroshenko did not come for the questioning at the State Bureau of Investigation (SIB). The criminal cases are connected with Ukroboronprom state defense concern notorious corruption case, "Maldives case" (Poroshenko and his family could use fake passports to travel to the Maldives), legalization of illegal income and tax evasion when registering the Pramy TV channel, tax evasion and using offshore companies to sell Kuznia na Rybalskomy defense enterprise, etc.
September 10, Prosecutor General Ruslan Ryaboshapka stated that Poroshenko was the first candidate for early deprivation of immunity.