The opposition BYuT-Batkivshchyna faction demands a report during an hour of questions to the government on Friday, November 4, from the chief of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Valeriy Khoroshkovsky and Interior Minister Anatoly Mohyliov on the situation with the purchase of weapons in Ukraine, Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Mykola Tomenko said Thursday during the parliament's plenary session, commenting on yesterday's statement by President Viktor Yanukovych on the mass buying of weapons in Ukraine in order to prepare attacks on the authorities.

"We demand to hear tomorrow the chief of the SBU and the Interior Minister, so that they respond to the question: who and in what regions is massively buying weapons and preparing for armed insurrection. What have our law enforcement agencies done to prevent such criminal acts that every civilized citizen of Ukraine should condemn," Tomenko emphasized, UKRINFORM reports.

The lawmaker added that, if necessary, the opposition is ready to initiate the creation of the temporary investigative commission and work actively to prevent such events, which President Viktor Yanukovych spoken about yesterday at an enlarged meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.

As reported, on Wednesday President Viktor Yanukovych said that security forces recorded facts of the purchase of weapons and preparations for the attacks on the authorities.

"Law enforcement agencies told me that weapons are being bought in the country and preparations for armed attacks on the authorities are underway," Yanukovych stressed.

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