Putin may be interrogated by Ukrainian Prosecutor’s General Office
Does he have any evidence to prove his allegations?
Prime Minister of Russia Vladimir Putin may be interrogated by the Prosecutor’s General Office of Ukraine.
Ukrainian President’s Commissioner for Energy Security Bohdan Sokolovskiy claimed this in an interview with ICTV television in the evening of January 12.
According to him, they want to interrogate him to get to know about whether Putin has any evidence to confirm his allegations that as if Ukraine siphoned the gas intended for Europe.
As UNIAN reported earlier, on January 12, President of Ukraine Victor Yushchenko commissioned Prosecutor General Oleksander Medvedko to probe into allegations relating Ukraine’s siphoning the Russian gas.
“Some foreign politicians openly accuse Ukraine as a state, as well as separate Ukrainian officials, of criminal actions, which does irreparable harm to the image and interests of Ukraine’, the President said in a letter.