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KIEV, April 15. /ITAR-TASS/. Heads of law enforcement bodies of Ukraine will address the parliament at its plenary session on Wednesday, Verkhovna Rada Speaker Oleksandr Turchynov, who was appointed interim president of Ukraine, announced on Tuesday in response to a proposal made by deputy Vladimir Litvin who had demanded to immediately invite the law enforcers to account to the lawmakers.
"Heads of the departments in charge of security and defense are busy, attending to matters of ensuring security and defense, and they cannot be summoned immediately. I have invited them to speak at the Ukrainian Rada on Wednesday morning," Turchynov said.