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Poroshenko agrees to testify in Prosecutor General's Office

Poroshenko has to sign the protocol of the questioning which was held at the end of 2016 and give additional testimony on Maidan case
17:43, 8 May 2019

President of Ukraine Poroshenko
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President Poroshenko agreed for questioning in Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Office, as Ukrainian News reported referring to the source.

“We have made contact (from President’s Administration, - ed.) with the investigator and asked for the joint determination of the date of questioning,” he said.

The interlocutor did not specify the dates.

Related: Ukraine's Prosecutor General's Office summons Anti-Corruption Bureau Head for interview

Poroshenko has to sign the protocol of the questioning which was held in the end of 2016 and give additional testimony on Maidan case.

President Poroshenko did not come to the Prosecutor General Office for questioning on May 7.

Related: Poroshenko ready to testify in Maidan case again, - Prosecutor General Lutsenko

In November 2016, Poroshenko gave testimony in Maidan case.

Head of Special Investigation Department Sergiy Horbatyuk claimed law enforcers have served 442 people with charge papers concerning the crimes committed against Euromaidan participants. Indictments against 279 people were sent to the court.

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