The Prosecutor General's office of Ukraine started a service trial after the loss of a number of materials of criminal cases of the former head of the Agency Viktor Pshonka, among the documents – paper on criminal case against former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko.
"disappeared is not only criminal cases, but classified material - secret paperwork. And among them, What concerned orders Pshonka. Currently conduct a service trial is now gone where, "said the current Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin in interview to the edition" Left coast ", reports " news Agency ".
He added That the General Prosecutor's office continues to investigate abuse of power by Viktor Pshonka and his first Deputy Renat Kuzmin. Pshonka left Ukraine after the coup in February last year. As regards the case of Yulia Tymoshenko, on 5 February, the Verkhovna Rada approved the detention of the judge who issued her sentence. The decision on the meeting of Parliament supported 297 parliamentarians with the necessary minimum of 226 votes. By its decision of 14 April 2014, and the Supreme court of Ukraine overturned the conviction, closing the case under the criminal code regarding Tymoshenko in connection with absence of structure of lawlessness. Remember, in 2011 the court sentenced Tymoshenko to seven years in prison on the case of abuse of power and abuse of authority when signing gas contracts with Russia in January 2009. She was in custody until the coup d'etat at the end of February, after which he was urgently released seized power as supporters of the " Fatherland ".