The decision on the request of Ukraine to put Petro Dyminsky, the businessmen and the president of football club ‘Karpaty’ (Lviv) who is suspected in the involvement in the deadly car accident on the wanted list will not be made earlier than the end of April. The source from the Ukrainian Office of Interpol claimed this as Ukrainian News reported.
‘We expect the decision not earlier than the end of April’, he said.
According to him, the Interpol continues to study the materials sent by Ukraine.
He did not report any other details.
Petro Dyminsky is suspected in the involvement in the deadly car accident that took place on August 18, 2017, in Yamelnya region at Lviv-Krakovets highway. Mercedes and Open crashed that day and a 31-year-old woman died in the result of the accident.
The bodyguard of Dyminsky claimed to be at the wheel, however, a brother of the perished claimed that Dyminsky caused the accident. According to him, there the witnesses how Dyminsky changed the car after the crash.
It was reported on August 31 that the experts will hold the DNA analysis of the car of Dyminsky.
Later, Andry Borshch, the bodyguard of Dyminsky was put under 24-hour home arrest. In December 2017, Dyminsky was served charges in the commitment of the accident and he was put on state wanted list.
The police filed the document on the putting of the businessmen on the international wanted list soon. On March 1, 2018, the Pechersk District Court of Kyiv arrested Dyminsky in absentia.