The attorney General’s claim that the decision of Interpol to withdraw from the wanted Yanukovych to be appealed

The decision of Interpol to withdraw from the investigation deprived the title of President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych will be appealed.

This was stated by the head of the Department of special investigation GPU Sergey Gorbatyuk, the press service of the GPU in Facebook.

According to him, information received in law enforcement bodies of Ukraine at the end of April 2017. Interpol has warned of the confidential information and prohibit its disclosure details.

“The decision is motivated by existing weaknesses of the Ukrainian legislation concerning election of a measure of restraint in respect of wanted persons and the status of the suspect. To date, the findings of the Interpol processed, the results of which a decision is made regarding further actions and, in particular, possible changes to existing legislation… the decision will be appealed,” – said Gorbatyuk.

He stressed that the withdrawal from the international search Yanukovych was not due to shortcomings of the investigation or the violations by the investigative authorities.

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