Interpol removed Andriy Klyuyev, the former NSDC secretary at the times of the former Ukraine’s president Viktor Yanukovych. This was said on the air of the ATP channel by the head of the Department of Special Investigations of the Prosecutor General's Office Serhiy Gorbatyuk, - Radio Svoboda reports.
According to him, Interpol's decisions to search for ex-officials are related to the imperfection of Ukrainian legislation.
"The decision of the relevant Interpol commission, which was adopted at the session held on February 27-March 3, was announced and they informed us of this decision only at the end of April... Interpol noted that this information is confidential and not subject to publicity", - Gorbatyuk said.
Earlier it was reported that Interpol had removed from the wanted list ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, his son Olexandr, as well as ex-minister Eduard Stavytsky.