Poroshenko is suspected of treason due to coal supplies from the occupied territories
Ex-President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is suspected of high treason due to coal supplies from the occupied Donbas, said Oleksandr Turchinov at a briefing on December 20, Kosatka.Media reports.
“We are talking about providing Ukraine with coal in the context of the military confrontation in 2014-2015. The situation then was extremely difficult, there was a military exacerbation. Under these conditions, the then leadership was able to ensure the country's energy security,” Turchinov said.
Currently, the fifth president, Petro Poroshenko, is on a diplomatic trip.
According to Turchinov, the suspicion was signed by the Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Oleksii Symonenko.
On Friday, December 17, investigators from the State Bureau of Investigation also tried to hand Petro Poroshenko a summons.
“... however, he ignored the representatives of the law enforcement agency and left in an unknown direction,” the SBI said.
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