The faction member of the Party of European Solidarity, Vladimir Vyatrovich, who was summoned for questioning by the State Security Bureau as a witness in the event of a forum in memory of the victims of the Holodomor sees in it political persecution and the implementation of the Russian scenario.
He said so in a comment to the Direct TV channel, reported the press service of the political force.
“In 2018, on the occasion of the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor, we organized a major international event with the participation of researchers from around the world and Ukrainian researchers. We worked for two days, and I think it was one of the most important events for the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor. A few months ago, I discovered that my colleague Max Buzhansky had filed a request with the State Duma concerning allegedly illegal expenses for the organization of this forum, “said Vyatrovich.
He also added that he saw political persecution and a “huge advantage” for Russia.
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“I see only political persecution in this, unfortunately, the continuation of these political persecutions against our political force which have taken place for several months. This affected both President Poroshenko and my colleague Sofia Fedyna, and literally Tatyana Chernovol Special value This is due to the fact that the event dedicated to spreading the truth about the Holodomor was chosen as the reason for the persecution. From that, excuse me, it smells like a kind of scoop and desire , among other things, We intimidate these people who are ready to tell the truth about the Holodomor, and here again I see a huge advantage for Russia in this area, “is convinced Vyatrovich.
As Ukrinform reported, earlier on April 15, Vyatrovich announced that he had been called for questioning by the State Bureau of Investigation as a witness in the case initiated by Buzhan to hold an international forum dedicated to 85th anniversary of the victims of the Holodomor.
On September 18, 2019, the Cabinet of Ministers dismissed the president of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory, Vladimir Vyatrovich, who had held the post since March 2014.
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On November 14 of the same year, the Central Election Commission recognized Vyatrovich as an elected deputy on the list of the Party of European Solidarity. He became a member of parliament after the resignation of Irina Lutsenko.
In November 2019, a member of the People’s Party, Maxim Buzhansky, told Telegram that he had contacted the police with a statement claiming that the former director of the Institute of National Remembrance and, later, the deputy of the EU, Vladimir Vyatrovich, would have appropriated part of the money. Institute dedicated to the international forum in memory of the victims of the Holodomor.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru