Today, on February 10, the management of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Nikolaev area reported to journalists about results of activity of the Department of Internal Affairs of area in 2008.
I interested representatives of mass media and the situation connected with infamous (or courageous - as he likes to call itself(himself)) the businessman R. Goroyan.
Anatoly Naumenko who is transferred by the order of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine to a position of the chief of the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in the Dnepropetrovsk area noted that 5 criminal cases in which Raphael Goroyan directly or indirectly appears are at present brought.
"He behaves obscenely. At least criminal case about overlapping of the street will be finished and brought to trial. The state shouldn't suffer citizens who break the law. I have to nothing to it! If he thinks that went to Kiev, and from - for this Naumenko will expel, he is mistaken. The brought criminal cases were checked, and actions of militia recognized lawful", - Anatoly Vyacheslavovich noted.
In opinion the general - the militia major A. Naumenko, his follower won't close an eye to the brought criminal cases, they anywhere won't get to.
"I didn't act against R. Goroyan - I acted within the law. I am sure that this citizen will be put on a place and eventually is turned out out of borders of Ukraine. Now the lawsuit on this matter proceeds. Raphael Goroyan will be punished - to nobody the right to break the law" is granted - A. Naumenko emphasized.
According to him, in the ranks of Regional Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs employees who "merged" to Raphael Goroyan information on militia actions were revealed. At present concerning them the sanctions are applied, one even is dismissed from ranks of Department of Internal Affairs.
"We will rigidly act under the law concerning all what they would have no surname - Goroyan, Petrosyan or Ivanov further. Nobody has the right to break the law", - summed up A. Naumenko.