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KYIV. Sept 13 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Verkhovna Rada’s Temporary Commission of Inquiry (TIC) plans in a week to start considering the investigation of the Ilovaisk tragedy and negotiations of officials, in particular the MP Viktor Medvedchuk, with representatives of Russia, Head of the Verkhovna Rada’s Temporary Commission of Inquiry Maryana Bezuhla has said.
"In just a week, we are starting to consider the issue of Ilovaisk and also the issue of negotiations between officials, in particular, Mr. Medvedchuk, with representatives of Russia. Why two cases at once? As it is necessary to keep the pace, there is a huge demand from society, there are letters and appeals that we receive," she said at a briefing on Monday.
Thus, according to her, the TIC will work intensively throughout the autumn. The commission plans to submit a report on the work done to the Verkhovna Rada at the end of November.
"This report will already contain a full case on the Wagner PMC case, as well as what we will manage on other issues. Given the planned pace, it should be interesting," Bezuhla said.
She also said that some of the materials on the Wagner PMC case will be top secret, so they will not be made public in the format of a report in parliament, but "in accordance with the established procedure, any law enforcement agency and, accordingly, the parliament of future cadences will be able to read and draw conclusions."
When asked whether there will be a separate TIC report on the Wagner PMC case, the parliamentarian said "there will be a separate block and, perhaps, even this will be the main block, which will be fully completed, that is, it will be separately."