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Ukrainian Security Council will soon discover who betrayed Yushenko2008-12-05 10:35
And sold the state secret concerning Ukrainian arms supply to Georgia. Ukrainian special services expect to terminate the inquest and refer the matter to the prosecutor's office.
"The investigation is progressing quite fast - the head of USC Valentin Nalivaychenko stated on December 3. - If we find out a person (the guilty) and he is a people's deputy the case will be handed over to the General Prosecutor's Office".
The same day Verkhovnaya Rada stated that President Viktor Yushenko, USC head Nalivaychenko and the Chief of Foreign Intelligence Service Nikolay Malomuzh were expected in the parliament. The deputies plan to fish out more details of "the state secret" from the high-ranking officials.
The fact that the scandal around secret information arose due to the efforts of people's deputies is known to all Ukraine. It is clear without the USC statements that the first ones to disclose this information were Prime Minister Yulia Timshenko and the leader of the Party of Regions Viktor Yanukovich. As early as in August they pioneered creation of the parliamentary commission on investigation of arms supply to Georgia. From that time its chairman Valery Konovalyuk has kept pulling out various particularities of the "state secret" and Viktor Yushenko's involvement in the messy story with the sale of arms literally for nothing.
USC began hunting after gossipers and spies on November 12 by president's private request.
"For almost two months the mass media has been disseminating information on illegal supplies of arms to Georgia. - Yushenko complained. - I demand USC to present a precise and adequate evaluation of the actions of this kind. Ukraine supplies arms only to the countries that are not bound by international sanctions".
The president only repeated things stated by his supporters before. Supposedly the supplies story was inspired by Moscow while in reality the president did no harm. The trouble is that the commission is not much interested in the fact of supplies but in the procedure. And here the president has nothing to say. Ukraine's huge losses as a result of the arms supplies are evident.
Yushenko forwarded the USC to "gossipers" and the Council immediately found a reference. The Rada commission submitted a letter of the state company for export of arms chief executive Sergey Bondarchuck to the mass media. It occurred the letter had classification marking.
The letter reads that by the president's order "Ukrspetsexport" "has explored the possibility of supply of a surface-to-air missile system "Buk-M1" to Georgia by withdrawing it from combat duty".