The Prosecutor General's Office is waiting for the commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet Aleksandr Vitko for interrogation on June 15. Vitko was summoned to the Military Prosecutor's Office of the General Prosecutor's Office to take part in a process of prosecution of the criminal investigation.
Lutsenko said that the General Prosecutor starts the procedure of conviction of more than 700 persons from Crimea. This is to be made according to the 111th article (treason).
On April, 18, 2016, the Military Prosecutor's Office announced that Vitko was suspected of committing a number of crimes against Ukraine and got a notification that invited him for interrogation on April 25, 2016.
As the suspect didn’t come on that day, the Military Prosecutor's Office filed a request for permission to arrest the commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet Vice-Admiral Vitko to make him take part in the examination of the application on preventive punishment (detention).