The temporary commission of inquiry of parliament on incident investigation with the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Yury Lutsenko at the German airport Frankfurt am Main will send a number of inquiries to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Justice, and after obtaining the corresponding answers will invite to the meeting of persons involved in this conflict.
Such decision was made at commission meeting on Friday.
6 of 9 of her members participated in meeting of the commission. Meeting was held under a predsedatelstvovaniye of the head of the commission Roman Zabzalyuk (BYUT).
The commission approved the plan of work for the near future. It plans to send a number of inquiries to the Cabinet of Ukraine concerning Yu.Lutsenko's behavior. Besides, inquiry will send to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for providing information on the conflict in Germany, and also in the Ministry of Internal Affairs - on an explanation of the fact of the organization of visit of delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Also the commission plans to send inquiries to the Ministry of Justice.
Members of the commission decided to invite to the meetings of the Minister of Internal Affairs Yu.Lutsenko, the ambassador of Ukraine in Germany Natalya Zarudnuyu, the consul general in Frankfurt am Main Alexander Novoselov, the representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Germany Sergey Dyatlov, and also representatives of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Ministry of Internal Affairs who are responsible for investigation of the this case.
In interview to journalists after meeting the member of the commission, the member of fraction of Party of Regions Elena Bondarenko noted that that plan of work which was approved at meeting of commission of inquiry, means "weeks two correspondences". Answering specifying question, whether means it that Yu.Lutsenko can appear on commission meeting not earlier than June, E. Bondarenko told: "I think yes".
Besides, E. Bondarenko expressed doubt that participants of the conflict from the German party, that is the German police officers, will arrive to meeting of commission of inquiry even if such invitations will be sent them.
Answering a question, whether the commission will be able to receive all necessary materials connected with this conflict from the German party, E.Bondarenko emphasized that it "a question of good will of mister Lutsenko". According to E. Bondarenko, without his consent the German party won't give out commission of inquiry of any materials.