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 “Much has been done: 35 persons convicted, 152 tried, 190 under pretrial investigation,” - Lutsenko on Maidan-related cases

35 persons have been convicted for crimes against the Maidan activists, another 152 individuals are being tried, and about 190 suspects are under the pretrial investigation.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuri Lutsenko said on air of Svoboda Slova TV show via video conference from The Hague.

"I can say that much has been done: 152 persons are being tried after the Prosecutor General's Office has brought charges against them; 35 individuals have already been indicted; the pretrial investigation into about 190 persons of interest is underway," he said commenting on an opinion that no one had been held accountable for crimes against the Maidan activists that was widely spread among many Ukrainians.

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However, Lutsenko agreed that "those who ordered the killings still haven't been brought to responsibility."

"Those who pulled the trigger are in the dock indeed. But those who armed them, who ordered them to slay innocent people are hiding in Moscow," the PGO chief stressed.

As reported, on Nov. 16, the Sviatoshynskyi district court of Kyiv received a notice from the Rostov Regional Court of the Russian Federation granting the possibility to interrogate ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych via video conference. The Prosecutor General's Office expects the interrogation to take place Nov. 25.
 
 
 
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