The head of the Special Investigations Department of the GPU believes that Poroshenko’s reluctance to sign the interrogation protocol looks like “deliberate action.”
The Prosecutor General’s Office to re-summon the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko for questioning as a witness in the case of Maidan, and in the event of his repeated failure to appear, to brought him up in court to impose a fine on him. According to a UNIAN correspondent, the head of the special investigations department of the Prosecutor General’s Office, Serhii Horbatiuk, after Poroshenko’s failure to appear for additional interrogation, told reporters about this.
According to Horbatiuk, Poroshenko was called today at 10.00 so that the investigators would ask him additional questions regarding the events of February 18-19, 2014 and December 1, 2013.
“From the moment of the first interrogation, which took place in November 2016, Mr Poroshenko gave several comments about the events of Maidan, which contained data that he did not provide during the first interrogation,” he said.
According to Horbatiuk, copies of the interrogation protocol were transferred to Poroshenko through the Prosecutor General, and Horbatiuk personally addressed the staff of the Presidential Administration.
The head of the special investigations department of the GPU noted that Poroshenko’s unwillingness to sign the interrogation protocol looked like “deliberate actions”.