Ukraine’s Interior Troops ex-commander on Euromaidan events

Source : 112 Ukraine

Shulyak claims he did not give orders to use force against protesters during Maidan on Decemer 1
14:18, 2 December 2016

Answering the question of the Prosecutor whether he gave orders to use force against protesters on December 1, ex-Commander of Ukraine’ Interior Troops of the Interior Ministry Stanislav Shulyak said:

“No, I did not, because I did not have to do give the order. The actions of the law enforcement officers are regulated by law”.

Answering his advocate’s question from what time the Interior Ministry’s troops were involved in the protests, Shulyak said:

“In robust regime they started operating after December 1, before that they worked on a regular basis”.

“More than 100 of the law enforcement officers turned to the hospital for help with injuries - bruises, concussions, fractures,” he added.

Earlier it was reported that Shulyak’s interview started today on December 2. The courts in Kyiv and Rostov begin video conference. Former

commander of Ukraine’s Interior Troops is suspected of crimes against Euromaidan protesters.

Related: Shulyak’s interview: ‘23 law enforcers killed during Revolution of Dignity’

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