Poroshenko announced that he will appear in court in Kiev

Poroshenko first became a suspect in & nbsp; treason and & nbsp; assisting terrorism in & nbsp; case of & nbsp & nbsp; coal supplies Earlier, the ex-president stated that & nbsp; 130 criminal cases were initiated against him, but & nbsp; about & nbsp; 40 of & nbsp; of them were closed. Poroshenko has the status of a suspect in the & nbsp; case of & nbsp; the appointment of Sergei Semochko as deputy head of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine. He is charged with abuse of power in this case. Poroshenko appears in & nbsp; cases on & nbsp; appointment of judges, on & nbsp; moving pictures across the & nbsp; state border, on & nbsp; incident with & nbsp; Ukrainian ships in & nbsp; Kerch Strait, on & nbsp; transfer of land. In these cases, & nbsp; ex-president has the status of a witness.

'On January 17 & nbsp; I, ​​as & nbsp; promised, will return to & nbsp; Kiev to appear in the & nbsp; court and & nbsp; to hold a meeting with the & nbsp; General Prosecutor, using the right of the people's deputy to & nbsp; an urgent appointment. I'm not returning & nbsp; to & nbsp; to defend against & nbsp; (President of Ukraine Volodymyr & nbsp; & mdash; ed.) Zelensky, but & nbsp; to & nbsp; to & nbsp; to defend Ukraine from & nbsp; incompetent leadership and & nbsp; external aggression. From & nbsp; attempts by green kleptocrats to build an authoritarian regime and & nbsp; suppress the opposition, as happened in & nbsp; Belarus, Russia and & nbsp; Kazakhstan & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; wrote Poroshenko in & nbsp; Telegram on & nbsp; Thursday.

He & nbsp; said that & nbsp; was following & nbsp; events in & nbsp; Kazakhstan and & nbsp; & nbsp; meeting of advisers of the & nbsp; Normandy format & raquo;, which should take place without Ukraine & nbsp; Moscow, and & nbsp; for & nbsp; NATO consultations with & nbsp; Russia, which should take place in the near future.



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