Declared in Ukraine on the wanted list the former chief editor of the Ukrainian newspaper "Vesti" Igor Guzhva said about returning to Kiev.
"I'm coming in tonight to Borispol at 16. 00. Ready at the airport to meet colleagues from the media And answer their questions, " wrote Guzhva on his page in Facebook.
"on issue ads in the wanted list. This is another attempt to intimidate me And prevent a return to Ukraine, which is very afraid of certain influential citizens. They want all the Ukrainian media went story under the supervision of "looking" And " curators ", and those who don't agree with it, survive from the country, " he added. Explaining suspicions about his tax evasion, Guzhva remember that appropriate publication 212, part 3 of criminal code of Ukraine (the "tax Evasion" ) decriminalized – " in this article does not provide for the detention. Only the earnest." Whether the power to go on lawlessness And, despite the fact that I'm not hiding from the investigation, despite the decriminalization of the article, to send me to jail? I can't exclude. But in the opinion of the citizens live too. And not Only live, But continue to fight. Is – even more effectively than in the wild. Such cases in the history there were. Neither me 1st Or I'm the last, " added the ex-editor of the publication. Guzhva noticed that "somewhere in holes to hide" will not." On the contrary, I am in constant contact with the investigator on my case", he added. Remember, Guzhva on the last working day of the week was declared wanted on suspicion of intentional tax evasion amounting to about 18 million. Wednesday Guzhva said folded range of options And sold his stake in the Media holding To Ukraine ". In June the Investigative Department of the security service of Ukraine in Kyiv And Kyiv region started pre-trial proceedings on publishing News. Reporter accordance with the " encroachment on the territorial integrity And inviolability of Ukraine ". June 8, the state fiscal service of Ukraine has questioned nearly 250 employees of the newspaper " Vesti ", which published the largest circulation among daily Newspapers in the country – 350 thousand Copies every day. The Verkhovna Rada Committee on state security asked the law enforcement agencies of the country with the demand to stop the " Vesti "newspaper.