The public Prosecutor Victor Shokin has no data about the Russian trace in the shootings on the Maidan

03:00, 16 October 2015

In this he admitted in an interview with "Facts". According to Shokin, the Prosecutor General's office still has not received from the former Chairman of the SBU Valentin Nalyvaychenko materials that would have confirmed the involvement of the Kremlin to the bloody events on the Maidan in February 2014. Previously Nalyvaychenko said that the Russian high-ranking official, namely Putin adviser Vladislav Surkov was in Kiev in the winter of 2014 and gave orders to security forces to shoot at protesters.

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