Recently, there have been several significant improvements in the investigation, which seemed impossible a few years ago. At the same time, the head of state calls on law enforcement agencies to make every effort to conduct an unbiased investigation of the criminal cases.
The president believes that court should draw the line here. "People need to know the truth no matter how many years have passed since the disappearance of Georgiy Gongadze," Chepak emphasized, UKRINFORM reported.
Journalist Georgy Gongadze went missing on September 16, 2000. Later, a headless body was found in Tarashcha woods nearby Kyiv.
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