Monday, May 5, 2014, 15:15
Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov released details regarding the release of ten separatists connected to the tragedy in Odesa on Saturday. The news comes from Yuriy Butusov, who quotes the minister.
The separatists detained in Odesa were released because of the Deputy Attorney General’s personal decision. He prohibited their transportation to Kyiv for further investigation, and the prosecutor agreed on the decision about their release. Continue reading
Monday, April 21, 2014, 20:47
The members of the board of the Ministry of Interior Affairs of Ukraine appealed to former employees of Berkut to reconcile and unite with Maidan’s self-defense forces against external aggression.
“You have always been an elite force of law. You spared no forces and lives to protect people. Now Mother Ukraine needs your help and participation more than ever. Even though yesterday Berkut and Self-defense “were on opposite sides of the barricades”, now, faced with external aggression, all citizens should remember that they are children of the Ukrainian land, and forget any mutual insults, quench all personal ambitions,” the statement reads. Continue reading
Saturday, April 5, 2014, 10:23
Minister of Internal Affairs Arsen Avakov reports that Party of Regions’ National Deputy Yuriy Ivaniushchenko is involved in the murder of activists of Maidan on February 18. The murderer of journalist Veremiya received his bullets in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Continue reading
“The Ministry of Internal Affairs has information about preparations for military provocations in Crimea,” said the press office of the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Mykola Velychkovych.
Law enforcement agencies have evidence that on the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, unknown individuals, under the guise of the Ukrainian side, on the night of March 3 to 4th are planning the murder of 3-4 Russian soldiers. The motivation for this is the legalization of the introduction of Russian troops on the territory of our country, warned Velychkovych.
“We would like that these people come to their senses, because with this act, you would provoke bloodshed, which is not (now) in Crimea,” he stressed.
“It is very important that you understand that, for us, the life of a person is of the highest value. We urge you to stop, added the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs.
“Keep in mind that the situation is being monitored, the situation is controlled. All those who are involved in this will be severely punished,” said Velychkovych. Continue reading