The Prosecutor General's office of Ukraine has data like allowing to speak about the influence of Russian special services in events on Maidan at the end of February 2014, said the head of the office of special investigations the main investigation Department of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Serhiy Gorbatyuk.
according to him, during one year of investigation into the events on Maidan the evidence base has grown." of course, we have data that allow us to talk about some influence on these events from the commissioners of the Russian Federation. But careful work will enable us to give clear answers on how this effect led specifically to commit crimes, and specifically to commit murder, " - said Gorbatyuk UNIAN.
He said that already like set belong to the execution of employees of a specialcompany " Golden Eagle ", But then, according to his statement, it is important to ascertain " who and what are the motives, on whose pointer gave the order to commit these shootings ". Along with this, October 20, the same Mr. Yan said that the Ministry has no evidence of belonging of the Russian side to be shot active participants in the center of Kiev during the protests in February 2014. Kiev's main square – independence – was occupied by supporters of European integration November 21, 2013, immediately after the statement of the government Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the signing of the Treaty on the Union with the EU. Later Maidan became the epicenter of confrontation between security forces and radicals. In the end, lost their lives more than 100 people. On 16 October, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin said that his Department has no data about the Russian trace in the deaths of people on Independence square in Kyiv in the past year. In mid-April, Valentyn Nalyvaychenko, who was then a post of the head of the SBU, said that during the events on Maidan in February 2014, the President's adviser, Vladislav Surkov, as if he was in Kiev. While Shokin said that the SBU did not provide the Prosecutor's office of Ukraine not a single evidence of this. In response to this the Russian Foreign Ministry told that the Ukrainian investigating authorities should investigate the circumstances of the death of people on Maidan, in Odessa and Mariupol, but instead of this they " make nonsense worthy of the sanitarium ".