Popov feels fine – Holubchenko
Acting Head of Kyiv City State Administration Anatoliy Holubchenko has said that he regularly meets with his predecessor Oleksandr Popov.
When asked at a press conference on Tuesday if he kept in touch with Popov, Holubchenko said: "Certainly, I do. I talked to him yesterday."
Asked how was Popov doing, Holubchenko said: "He is fine. He's standing firm."
As reported, Popov is accused of being involved in the forced dispersal of the Euromaidan rally on the night of November 30. In connection with this, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych suspended Popov from office.