Ukraine: Kiva committed treason – “Vitali Klitschko’s BLOW” officially reported to SBU, DBR and GPU

10:08, 11.10.21 – UNIAN

The video, published on the Kiwi Telegram Channel, in which he congratulates Putin on his birthday against the background of Ukrainian flags, can only be interpreted as treason, UDAR believes.

“Vitali Klitschko’s BLOW” believes that the video address of the People’s Deputy of Ukraine Ilya Kiva addressed to Vladimir Putin should be interpreted as a particularly serious crime against Ukraine – treason. An official statement on behalf of the party on the opening of the relevant criminal proceedings was sent to the heads of the SBU, DBR and GPU signed by the chairman of the executive committee of “UDAR” Artur Palatny. This was reported by the official website of UDAR.

“During the 7 years of hostilities in eastern Ukraine, the total number of casualties was 42,500 to 44,500. More than 1.5 million Ukrainians have been registered as internally displaced persons. They are personally responsible for this, as well as for the annexation and temporary occupation of Ukraine. “Vladimir Putin is the commander-in-chief of the Russian Federation. Therefore, the video published on the official Telegram channel of MP Ilya Kiva, in which he congratulates Putin on his birthday against the background of the state flags of Ukraine, can only be interpreted as treason,” the statement said.

Vitali Klitschko’s UDAR party asks law enforcement agencies to launch a pre-trial investigation into the commission of a criminal offense by Ilya Kiva, punishable under Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – “Treason”. Enter the relevant information in the Unified Register of Pre-trial Investigations and provide an extract from the register.

Earlier, Artur Palatny stated that the SBU should initiate a criminal case on the fact of treason. He also believes that the parliament should deprive Kivu of a deputy mandate, and the National Security and Defense Council should consider imposing sanctions on Kivu.

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