Alexey Bukchin. Ukraine's withdrawal from the CIS system to search for the bandits and the exchange of information about them can turn the country into a criminal offshore, said Last news Commissioner of the Department of the State border of Belarus.
before Thursday, the Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk said That Kiev August 24, emerges from the base of investigation of the CIS countries and will work with the databases of Interpol. Prior to this, the Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov reported That on 20 January 2015, the Ukrainian authorities decided to stop to make a list of the CIS information on wanted criminals and to respond to appropriate requests of the Russian side. He also reported That instead of Ukraine will offer a CIS interaction in the exchange of information and the search for the suspects on the basis of bilateral agreements.
"Not all Bandits are wanted, immediately submitted to the Interpol. What they (the authorities of Ukraine - ed.) will be bandits, pickpockets, and alimony in international wanted to declare? Interpol Not every criminal will undertake to look for, " said the head of the Department.
"Well, if Ukraine is Not going to work with the database of the CIS, and to look for the bandits on this basis, No one will", He said.
according to his vision, this step of the Ukrainian authorities is Not well thought out and extremely dangerous for Ukraine itself." Ukraine will get a big problem. There will be possible to hide from justice, hold " gatherings ", - said the Commissioner of the Belarusian border." Will come to vacation", He added.
according to Russian media, now between the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine and Russia, there are four of the Treaty on judicial cooperation. As reported before in the Russian law enforcement bodies, for six months in 2015 the Russian Prosecutor General's office was adopted 25 decisions on the extradition of suspects Ukraine. For its part, the Ukrainian police made the decision to give Russia the 12 fugitives hiding from the investigation and trial.