Speaking at an extended meeting of the panel Prosecutor general of Ukraine Viktor Pshonka has criticized his staff for instituting criminal cases on "trifling grounds", ForUm correspondent reports.

In particular, the Prosecutor general is not satisfied with work of prosecutor of Donetsk region Volodymyr Vishinski, prosecutor of Poltava region Andriy Myronov, prosecutor of Kyiv, as well as heads of military prosecution.

According to Pshonka, officials often institute criminal cases for insignificant violations. "For example, military prosecution has instituted a case against a contract sergeant who was selling home-made pasties on the territory of the base...Common, have some respect to the Law," he said addressing his subordinates.

As another example he told about criminal persecution of a soldier, who gave a ride to civilian on official transport and charged him with 30 hryvnias.

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