As reported by Censor.NET referring to Ukrinform, it was announced by prosecutor Vladyslav Kutsenko.
"Today, at the briefing, Mr. Kasko said he would be questioned at 11 a.m. All of you have heard it. He had been informed that the questioning was scheduled for 10 a.m. Unfortunately, he did not come in, despite having received a summons, and chose to attend the riefing," the official said.
He stressed that Kasko was notified of suspicion without violating the legally stipulated rights of the suspect and taking note of his status of lawyer. "We referred to the law on prosecutor's office and the law on advocacy. Our colleagues are quite professional, and when they were going to serve the notice of suspicion, they were aware that Mr. Kasko might be a lawyer, so we took all that into account," Kutsenko remarked.
According to him, the notice of suspicion was signed by Deputy Prosecutor General Roman Hovda.