Interior Ministry puts former President’s chief of staff on the wanted list
The former head of Presidential Administration Andrei Klyuev declared wanted, said Interior Minister Arsen Avakov at the press conference.
Answering the journalists’ questions about investigation into the massacre of Ukrainians and participation thereof by the former President’s chief of staff Andrei Klyuev, Avakov said, “Klyuev is a person under investigation in this case and he has been declared wanted.”
Earlier, the information surfaced that the former head of the Presidential Administration Andrei Klyuev is in one of Kiev hospitals with a gunshot wound to his leg. Klyuev was wounded in armed attack on his home.
On February 25, media reported that Klyuev resigned.