Court allowed to force Poroshenko to be interrogated in SBI.

Ukrainska Pravda

The Pechersky district court of Kyiv allowed forcibly for interrogation to the State Bureau of Investigation the fifth president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. A photocopy of the court decision was at the disposal of 112.ua.

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"The petition of the investigator of the group - the head of the department of the First Directorate of the Organization of Pre-Trial Decisions of the State Investigation Bureau Koretsky A.P. to drive within the framework of criminal proceedings of 06/26/2019, on the grounds of criminal offenses under part 2 of article 364, part 2, article 376 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine - to satisfy," - the court decision says

The time in the decision is indicated: February 28, 14:00. Location - 15 Simon Petlyury Street.

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The execution of this decision was entrusted to employees of the National Police of Ukraine.

As we reported before, Defense of the fifth President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko files 14 claims for non-pecuniary damage caused due to the inaction of prosecutors and investigators. Lawyer Ihor Holovan, who represents the interests of the former head of Ukrainian state

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