This is stated by MP, head of the parliamentary committee on anti-corruption Yehor Sobolev on his Facebook page, Censor.NET reports.
"I found out whether Viktor Pshonka continues to receive pension payments. According to the Pension Fund he does not. But the state of Ukraine allocates funds to retired Pshonka as a resident of the occupied city of Donetsk.
"As for me, this is another (and very symbolic) argument about the need to complete the policy of economic blockade of the occupied territories which was recently stated by public organizations of the Donetsk region.
"And Pshonka shall not receive pension but he shall be tried and his property confiscated. Including his house well-known for its style. I filed an appeal to the current Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin with questions regarding the results in this case," Sobolev wrote.