This was announced by former deputy prosecutor general David Sakvarelidze in an interview to Radio Svoboda, Censor.NET informs.
Speaking about whether he is being summoned for questioning again to PGO, Sakvarelidze said: "Not yet. Possibly, they are thinking of what to do. Because [on this case of $2 million - ed.] they will have to question everyone, starting with the president of Ukraine and ending with the prosecutor general, ambassadors of the U.S., Canada, EU, and so one. This case itself is very dumb."
As reported, PGO may question Ambassador Pyatt in the case of the US-allocated funds for the reforms of the agency. In connection with possible summoning for questioning to PGO, Canadian Ambassador Waschuk ironically noted that he was reading memoirs by Soviet prisoners in order to prepare himself to questioning about the attempts to aid reforms in Ukraine.