Tires set on fire at house of former Energy Minister in Kyiv

Source : 112 Ukraine

Protesters also drew on the walls and fence
19:12, 16 December 2017


In Kyiv, near the house of the former Minister of Energy Eduard Stavitsky tires were set on fire. Protesters also painted on the walls of the building and the fence. This was reported on December 16th by Schemes agency.

"At the house of the runaway minister Stavitsky located near the botanical garden in Kyiv, unknown people burn tires. The reasons and intentions are still unclear ... The police has arrived at the site, "the report said.

It is noted that after a while people dispersed, leaving inscriptions on fences and walls: "Thief, traitor, swindler, bandit, return the stolen," "Stavitsky - under arrest."

Related: Ukraine's access IRENA renewable energy agency statute

As it was reported earlier the fugitive ex-minister Eduard Stavitsky hides from the Ukrainian justice in Israel, he has a passport of Israel on the name Nathan Rosenberg. Earlier, Ukraine sent a request to Israel to extradite Stavitsky.

In Ukraine, he is charged with misappropriation, embezzlement of state property through abuse of power in a large amount. During the search in his residence, law enforcement officers seized $ 4.8 million and 42 kg of gold.

Related: Law enforcers search offices of Smart Energy Company

Система Orphus

If you find an error, highlight the desired text and press Ctrl + Enter, to tell about it

see more