According to the deputy
prosecutor general, who has been in charge of the investigation into
this case, over five years the probe into the poisoning of Viktor
Yushchenko has not given any answers. At the same time he stressed that a
former investigator in the case, Valentyna Klymovych, received eight
volumes on this case, and when she left her post, there were already
more than 300 such volumes.
But, nevertheless, according to Kuzmin, "it
is still unclear who poisoned, why poisoned, and whether the poisoning
took place in fact - there is no truth in this case". "The investigation
is launched from the very beginning. It seems as if there have not been
those five years of investigation," the deputy prosecutor general
As reported, the case was being probed by an investigative group led by Halyna Klymovych, who resigned from the post in April 2010. Later she said that she resigned from the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) after she realized that she would not be allowed to investigate the case. As reported, Yushchenko fell ill shortly after a dinner on September 5, 2004 with the then chief of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Ihor Smeshko, and his deputy, Volodymyr Satsiuk, whom he had invited to discuss the 2004 election campaign.
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