The Pechersky district court allowed the Prosecutor General to start the procedure in absentia prosecution of the former Secretary of the NSDC Andriy Klyuyev. This is stated in the court order of 25 January, which was delivered by judge Vitaly pisanets.

The ruling said that the PGO suspects Klyuyev in unlawful obstruction of holding meetings with the use of physical violence, as well as in the organization of abuse of power by security forces, which was accompanied by violence on the grounds of criminal offenses under part 3 of article 27, article 340, part 3, article 27 part 2 of article 365 of the criminal code of Ukraine.

It is noted that on 15 March 2016 compiled a message about a new suspect in the Klyuev criminal offences under part 3 of article 27, article 340, part 3, article 27 part 2 of article 365 of the criminal code of Ukraine. The prosecution reports that Andriy Klyuyev played the illegal instructions of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych on the organization of implementation in the period from 22 to 29 November 2013 illegal disperse the protesters who were on the Maidan of Independence.

The investigating judge pisanets, having considered the petition of GPU, said that he did not agree with the arguments of the prosecution for establishing the location of the Klyuev on the territory of the Russian Federation as to the content of the petition is not attached proof of this. In addition, the prosecution presented evidence about the stay Klyuev in the international search as of January 2017.

In April 2014, Klyuev was declared in all-Ukrainian and international search. The US and EU imposed personal sanctions Klyuyev, his accounts in foreign banks was arrested.

In April 2015, the GPU was informed that the former head of the presidential administration Andrey Klyuev cleared of involvement in mass killings in Kyiv in January-February 2014 during Euromaidan.




The court is not allowed to initiate in absentia prosecution Klyuev 29.01.2017

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