Speaker of the VRU Olexander Moroz considers Interior Minister Vasyl Tsushko knew who was in the General Prosecutor’s Office, directing subdivision “Berkut”. Moroz told that in the parliament, ForUm”s correspondent informs.

“Tsushko understood who directed people to the General Prosecutor’s Office. They were not the unknown persons. It was known that these people should not be there, furthermore, they had no right to be there in the civil clothes, with the arm and to commit those outrages which forced the Minister by the invitation from the General Prosecutor’s Office to release the state institution from that illegal interference,” Moroz emphasized.

According to him, Tsushko acted within the law and the Constitution, “no one doubts of that, and if someone tries to impose the law breaking on him, that will be on the consciousness of such persons”.


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