"As we promised, including to our colleagues from the PGO, an Alfa special forces unit is ready to detain any defendant against whom our colleagues from Prosecutor General's Office have enough cause for detention or forced delivery for an interrogation," he said.
Minibus with Alfa officers
Nalyvaichenko stressed that there was no conflict between SBU and General Prosecution. "I need to say in order to dispel doubts that there is no conflict or politics in operations of the Security Service of Ukraine and General Prosecution. We are totally cooperating," Nalyvaichenko said.
According to him, materials on case against Constitutional Court Head Yurii Baulin were sent to PGO within this cooperation. Baulin, according to SBU data, contributed to former president Viktor Yanukovych's seizure of powers.
"Now it's time to bring charges and to hear the case within criminal procedure," Nalyvaichenko said.
He also confirmed that SBU called former deputy Prosecutor General Anatolii Danylenko for an interrogation.
Nalyvaichenko confirmed he met with the president and reported to his about SBU operations. "There is no politics here. No time for that. No intrigues," he said.
Answering a question whether he will agree to lead External Intelligence Service, Nalyvaichenko said: "I am out of politics and not interested in positions."