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Kiev prosecutor urges not to politicize Bulatov’s case

February 02, 2014, 7:16 UTC+3 KIEV
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KIEV, February 02, 6:32 /ITAR-TASS/. Kiev Prosecutor Nikolai Beskishky has called for not politicizing the case of opposition activist Dmitry Bulatov, the leader of Automaidan protest motocades.

Bulatov is suspected of an offence of a criminal character, the prosecutor noted.

As his press service reported on Saturday, the prosecutor noted that organizers of the crime were indentified in the course of an investigation into the case of mass disorders in central Kiev. Investigators, having evidence, included Bulatov in the list of persons suspected of participation in disorders. However, his whereabouts were not known at the time, and on January 24 he was declared wanted.

Bulatov has been in a private clinic since January 31. He actively talks with deputies, representatives of international organizations and reporters.

However, no investigation work has been done with him, though doctors do not object to it, Beskishky said.

The prosecutor asks deputies and representatives of international organizations not to politicize the case. Investigators are able to conduct an investigation impartially into the organization of mass disorders and the fact of disappearance of Bulatov and establish the truth, he noted.

According to media. The opposition activist was seized by unidentified persons on January 22. He was found on January 30 in a village in the Kiev region. After he was taken to hospital, police were called there. He said he had been seized and suffered serious bodily harm, and investigators decided that he would remain under police guard in the hospital.

Supreme Rada deputy Pyotr Poroshenko told reporters that an agreement was reached at the Munich conference for Bulatov to leave for one of EU countries for treatment.

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