A former employee of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence of the Defense Ministry of Ukraine Colonel Petro Nedzelsky held a one-man rally near the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine in protest against his illegal dismissal relating to the investigation into the criminal case against Yulia Tymoshenko and Pavlo Lazarenko, ForUm correspondent reports.

Colonel brought a banner reading: "Tymoshenko illegally sued me and dismissed from the military intelligence".

According to Nedzelsky, the reason for his dismissal is that in late 90's he solved a multimillion scam of Yulia Tymoshenko and Pavlo Lazarenko in Germany.

Colonel said that in 2005, when Tymoshenko came to power, he was dismissed from the service.

"I found out long time ago that Tymoshenko had committed fraudulent schemes in the late 90's. I argued that, while I was still a colonel of intelligence. I continue arguing it now being unemployed. I believe that my dismissal from the intelligence service was unfair and illegal. So, I demand to reinstate me in my office," he said.

Nedzelsky said that he had brought the documents received from the Kadyrov family in Germany. According to him, it turned out that Tymoshenko and Lazarenko deceived the family by $ 7 million, so they decided to submit evidence on the fraudulent activities of the then Ukrainian officials in the Prosecutor General's Office.

Nedzelsky states that passed these documents to then Acting Prosecutor Olha Kolinko and she confirmed their authenticity. "Later, Lazarenko went to the U.S., and Tymoshenko succeeded in closing cases against her. I was accused of defamation of the good name of Tymoshenko," he said.

Petro Nedzelsky also said that after Oleksandr Halako became the head of the Chief Directorate of Intelligence, Nedzelsky was accused of spying and collecting damaging information against Tymoshenko and then fired.

After that Nedzelsky began litigation, demanding to reinstate him in office. According to him, the Pechersk district court of Kyiv sentenced him to two years probation for disclosing state secrets in the court.

Nedzelsky stressed that he holds today's rally because this conviction has not yet been expunged.



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