Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office calls Interior Minister for questioning over Euromaidan dispersal
The Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office will question Interior Minister Vitaliy Zakharchenko on December 6, Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office Main Investigatory Department Head Oleksandr Kalifitsky said.
When asked if the country's Interior Minister would be questioned on the criminal case on abuse of power by the police on the night of November 30 on Independence Square, Kalifitsky said: "Of course…the minister has been summoned for questioning on Friday to the Main Investigatory Department."
He said that the investigators have questioned Kyiv Police Chief Valeriy Koriak, his deputy, deputy interior ministers and a number of Berkut riot police employees.
The central office of the Prosecutor General's Office is in charge of the investigation into the case.