Chief prosecutor says official identified complicit in disappearance of two volumes of case file into Maidan crimes
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Ruslan Riaboshapka says that the Prosecutor General's Office knows the name of the official allegedly involved in the disappearance of two volumes of the Maidan case.
The investigation into revealing those involved in the disappearance of pieces of evidence is "moving fast enough."
"We first conducted an internal investigation, and now we're conducting a criminal probe. We know the name, and as soon as the next procedural actions are taken, the procedural managers will be able to report more about them," Riaboshapka said.
It was reported that in November 2019, Riaboshapka said that the General Inspectorate of the Prosecutor General's Office began an internal investigation into the disappearance of two volumes of the case file in one of the proceedings into the crimes committed during the Revolution of Dignity.
Part of the evidence is already impossible to recover.
As UNIAN reported earlier, 450 suspects have been identified in Maidan cases.