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Sunday, February 11, 2018

MP filed a request to the security service of Ukraine “on the fact of treason Poroshenko”

Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Vitaliy kupriy has submitted a parliamentary inquiry to SBU after the appearance in the media a handwritten note, supposedly written by Peter Poroshenko, the Director of the FSB. The legislator suspected the head of state treason.

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Ukrainian MP Vitaly kupriy told about the plans to send security Service of Ukraine parliamentary inquiry “on the fact of treason Poroshenko”. Filed an appeal to the SBU will be on Monday, and at the end of the working week will announce it from the rostrum of the Ukrainian Parliament.

Suspicions of treason of the President the Deputy arose after appearing in media reports that in 2007, Petro Poroshenko wrote a handwritten note to the Director of the Federal security service of Russia. The author of the document promised not to harm Russia and asked to explain why he was not allowed into the country.

“I think that society should be confident of the identity of handwriting Poroshenko at the request of the Director of the FSB to allow it to Russia in 2007. The result would be worth figuring out how often and through what checkpoints of the state border Poroshenko visited in Russia, with what purpose, with whom you had contact?”, reads published in Facebook the Deputy.

It is also necessary to establish in what ways was the eldest son of the President Alexei and his wife Julia until 2007, said the legislator. The fact of their acquaintance will be the ultimate proof of the authenticity of the letter.

“I won’t have any doubts about the authenticity of the note Poroshenko to the FSB,” – said the Deputy.



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