The former Deputy of the state Duma Denis Voronenkov in his recent interview with Ukrainian media said that he could be killed, “as the Bandera“.

“In Ukraine, unlike other post-Soviet countries, democratic laws. Oddly enough, my main guarantor was the law. Although the Russian Central television channels are already in full cry, saying, need to exchange Boronenkov on Sushchenko, if not to kill, as Bandera. People in Russia are crazy, they are unhealthy”, he said in an interview 112.ua.

We will remind, today in the centre of Kiev, on crossing of streets Pushkin and Shevchenko Boulevard near the hotel Premier Palace Hotel shot and killed two people. The chief of police of Kiev Andrey Krishchenko said that the victim – the ex-the Deputy of the state Duma Denis Voronenkov. Also wounded his bodyguard.

Ex-Deputy of the state Duma Ilya Ponomarev, also living now in Kiev, and gave along with killed by Voronenkova the Prosecutor important evidence in case of treason of former President Viktor Yanukovych, said that before the murder Boronenkov went to meet him.

“Denis Boronenkov killed at 11:25 at the Premier Palace. He went to the meeting with me. There are no words. The guard managed to wound her attacker. Version obvious – I said that Voronenkov is not a crook, and the investigator, deadly to Russian security officials,” wrote former MP on his page on Facebook.

Later this information was confirmed by the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko. At a briefing in Kiev, he said that Denis Voronenkov was supposed to meet with former state Duma Deputy Ilya Ponomarev, and to go with him for questioning by the military Prosecutor to testify. “Today Boronenkov had to give evidence to the military Prosecutor Kravchenko. They corresponded with him by sms that he’s late” – quoted Lutsenko edition “UKRINFORM”. “Unfortunately, it is clear that the killer knew the route,” – said Lutsenko.

Press Secretary of the Ukrainian Prosecutor General Larisa Sargan reported that in connection with the murder Boronenkov protection ex-the Deputy of the state Duma Ilya Ponomarev will be strengthened. “This issue will be considered as soon as possible, because we can’t afford to lose witnesses,” she said.

On strengthening the protection of persons in the judicial process on the case of treason, the former head of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, said the adviser to the interior Minister Ilya Kiva. According to him, security is already exposed.

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A citizen of Ukraine, special correspondent National information Agency “UKRINFORM” Roman Sushchenko, whom the Federal security service (FSB) of Russia calls Ukrainian intelligence Colonel, was detained in Moscow on 30 September 2016 and placed in jail “Lefortovo”.

The Ministry of defence of Ukraine claim that Sushchenko is not an employee of the Main intelligence Directorate, and works as the correspondent of news Agency “UKRINFORM”. In the Kremlin say that Sushchenko lacked journalistic accreditation to work in Russia.

At the end of November 2016, the head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Vasyl Hrytsak said that Sushchenko “added to the list that we compiled at the center for exchange of hostages.”

In early March, 2017 the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko during the escalation of the situation in the Donbass held two telephone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In particular, their conversation concerned the fate of the Roman Sushchenko.

Sushchenko lawyer mark Feigin announced Wednesday that negotiations on the exchange or release of a Ukrainian journalist continues, in connection with what the defense is counting on international pressure on this case.

Stepan Bandera was one of the founders of the Ukrainian insurgent army. It operated mainly in Western Ukraine and fought against German troops and against the Soviet army. In the summer of 1941, Bandera was arrested by the Germans and sent to Sachsenhausen concentration camp. Upon his release in 1944, he left to live in Germany: first in Berlin, then in Munich until he was assassinated in September 1959, believed to be a KGB agent Bogdan Stashinsky.

On the stairs in the house where Bandera lived with the family, Stashinsky shot him in the face from a special device the stream of solution of potassium cyanide.

Neighbors found the bloodied, but still alive Bandera in the stairwell. He died on the way to the hospital.



Boronenkov in his last interview said that he could be killed, “as the Bandera” 23.03.2017

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