Yurii Lutsenko wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"Together with Adviser to the PGO, former Assistant U.S. Attorney Vitvitsky, I have debriefed Deputy Prosecutor General Stoliarchuk and PGO Department Head Hutsuliak on the conflict that occurred between the NABU and PGO members Aug. 12 upon my return from a business trip today.
"I met with the president and heads of all law enforcement agencies after that. My working day culminated in the meeting with the NABU and SAP heads. It confirmed that we have common goals and shared responsibility. We will hold a joint briefing tomorrow," the official wrote.
As reported, the members of one of the PGO's departments detained two NABU operatives Aug. 12 and held them in unlawful detention for 11 hours without drawing up a record of arrest. The NABU detectives were carrying out directed surveillance in relation of prosecutors under several criminal proceedings from a safe house near the abovementioned PGO's department. The detained NABU members reported that physical and moral coercion was exerted on them.
Earlier, PGO's Major Fraud Investigations Department Head Volodymyr Hutsuliak claimed that three prosecutors were beaten by NABU commandos Aug. 12. On that day, the Prosecutor General's Office members found out that they were kept under surveillance from an observation post deployed on 7/9 Symona Petliury Str. in Kyiv.