SBU calls in Yarema’s ex-deputy for questioning in case on environmental damage
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has called in for questioning the former deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Anatoliy Danylenko in connection with a case on environmental damage.
Adviser to the chairman of the SBU Markiyan Lubkivsky reported this on his Facebook page on Tuesday.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on June 12, the SBU opened criminal proceedings under an article of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on environmental damage following a fire on the territory of the BRSM-Nafta oil depot in Vasylkivsky district of Kyiv Oblast.
In particular, criminal proceedings were opened under an article of the code on liability for actions that could lead to an environmental catastrophe.
"This is not about who is brought to justice now - whether it is the Deputy Prosecutor General, or an investigator of Interior Ministry or the Security Service. It is about the fact that these people could provide ‘cover.’ We have a lot of materials, questions, surnames, hints, operational data, and even data from the Internet space to make conclusions, but these conclusions are more of a political status than a criminal procedure," said the head of the Main Investigation Department of the Security Service of Ukraine, Vasily Vovk.