29-07-2010

Attorney General Promised President Yanukovych to Solve Church Blast Case Within One Week

Yanukovych_zusrtrich.jpgOn July 29, 2010, Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych held a meeting in Crimea with the leaders of the law enforcement bodies: head of the Security Services, Valerii Khoroshkovskyi, Attorney General Oleksandr Medvedko, and Minister of Internal Affairs Anatolii Mohyliov on the investigation of the explosion in Zaporizhia. The meeting was also attended by the head of the presidential administration, Serhii Liovochkin.

According to the presidential press service, President Yanukovych has called upon law enforcement authorities to respond rapidly to criminal cases in the Ukrainian society. "We must immediately solve this crime. The society expects us to find out the motive of the crime, what the bandits wanted to say by the explosion," he said.

The head of the state requested that law enforcement authorities use all the mechanisms available to them to solve the crime. "It is very important," he said.

Zaporizhzhya.jpgThe Interior Minister said that the tragic incident that took place in Zaporizhia is of particular concern for the Interior Ministry. He said that the best professionals were sent to the scene of the crime in order to speed up its investigation and that the president's instruction to solve the crime as soon as possible would be performed. "We have a specific operational information ... All the forces of the Interior Ministry forces are working to solve the crime," said Anatoliy Mohylev.

The Security Service Chairman called the event in Zaporizhia extraordinary. According to him, they are looking at all of the possible scenarios and events preceding the crime. "I am certain that the crime will be solved in the time set by the president," said Valerii Khoroshkovskyi.

On his part, the Attorney General expressed his confidence that this crime will be solved within a week. He said that criminal charges of premeditated murder, attempted murder, and intentional damage of property were brought against those who did it.

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