The state traitors in Crimea are to hold criminal responsibility - first in absentia, and later the real one. This was stated by Ukrainian Attorney General Yuriy Lutsenko during his TV-interview on June 2.
'A Crimean criminal, Aksenov by surname and Goblin by nickname (which he had in the Chief Administration in Fight with the Organized Crime) now call himself the prime minister of Crimea. He invited me to visit Crimea for questioning,' the Attorney General said.
At the same time, he said: 'Sure, I’ll come to Crimea with Ukrainian army. Everything will be all right when the yellow-blue flag rises over Simferopol, I will come and interrogate all the goblins, nyashas and other characters.'
Lutsenko added that these persons are to be condemned in Ukraine in absentia.
'All of them will be in charge hold criminal responsibility, in absentia so far. I hope that this is not for long,' the Attorney General noted.
According to him, about 730 officials have committed high-treason.
As reported earlier by 1492news.com, Ukraine's government has decided to allocate UAH 29 million for support of victims and families of those who were killed during the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine in 2013-2014.