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 Nalyvaichenko asks Prosecutor's Office to detain former deputy prosecutor general Danylenko over Vasylkiv oil depot fire

The Security Service of Ukraine asks the Prosecution General Office to detain former deputy prosecutor general Anatolii Danylenko on suspicion of ecocide caused by the fire at the oil depot in Kriachky village of Vasylkiv district of the Kyiv region.

This was announced by the SBU Head Valentyn Nalyvaichenko before his interrogation, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrainski Novyny.

"Deputy prosecutor general, who covered and promoted criminal activities, is a defendant in a criminal proceeding. I voice this name, he is a Ukrainian citizen born in 1963, his last name is Danylenko," Nalyvaichenko told journalists before his interrogation in the Prosecutor General's office in Kyiv on Monday.

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According to him, Danylenko should have been detained and delivered to the Prosecutor's Office for an interrogation.

"We request that the Prosecutor's Office detains this man, and we will not forward the case regarding the oil depot [under ecocide article - ed.]. We demand strong actions, and I will be here at this time tomorrow. I will come with Alfa special forces unit to detain the defendant and deliver him for interrogation," Nalyvaichenko added.

SBU Head insists that SBU evidence was investigated within the criminal proceeding.

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