Zhvania received summons to appear in Prosecutor’s General Office
When he was in Boryspil airport
Member of Parliament David Zhvania received a summons to appear in the Prosecutor’s General Office of Ukraine at 10.00 a.m. on July 23.
D.Zhvania disclosed to Ukrayinska Pravda that the summons was given to him by around ten PGO employees in the Boryspil airport at 21.30 on Wednesday, July 16.
“I was seeing off my family that was departing on vacation. I was met with cameras, and, in presence of my children, they rudely handed me the summons”, D.Zhvania claimed.
According to him, the summons was signed by S.Batrakov, deputy chief of a Ukrainian Security Service department, on instruction of the Prosecutor’s General Office.
“I called them morons and freaks. I did not mean them personally but the whole system that operates in such a way”, the lawmaker said to UP. “Because I had been staying at my workplace for the whole day, and went home several tens of times, to help my family prepare for the journey”, he said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, OU-PSD faction lawmaker D.Zhvania claimed that President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko was not poisoned with dioxin. According to him, the results of analyses were counterfeited.
On July 16, the Prosecutor’s General Office invited D.Zhvania through mass media to give evidence on the case of Victor Yushchenko’s poisoning.
According to PGO, D.Zhvania “was present at interrogations only twice (on 15.02.2008 and 20.02.2008), the interrogations were not finished. After that, he did not respond to any of 10 PGO summons, without giving any grounds for his absence”.