Klimenko explained why the leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs ended up in the same helicopter
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"The main versions are the same as they were, and they are further considered by law enforcement agencies. Relevant investigative groups of law enforcement agencies of our state have been created, the corresponding commission of the Cabinet of Ministers is also starting to work. I think that soon we will give answers to all questions. While the investigators are working and the relevant examinations are being carried out, & ndash; Klymenko, who was quoted by Ukrinform, said.
Answering a question from journalists on the air about how safe it was for the entire leadership of the Ministry of Internal Affairs to board one helicopter, Klymenko noted that “there is a war and all leaders at all levels are at risk , because we must know what is happening at the front, what is happening in the frontline areas.”
“We must know how our subordinates serve, and we must know what needs our citizens have, how they protect. You can only see it with your own eyes. Therefore, both Minister Monastyrsky and First Deputy Enin were very often at the front and were not afraid of this. Unfortunately, this tragedy should show us that indeed the war continues. If there had been no war, there would not have been this catastrophe. There would be no war – we would work peacefully. Therefore, it is difficult to talk about it now, how they should or should not get into a helicopter, there is a tragedy, there are conclusions and there is already work from today,” Klymenko said.
To clarify where the top of the Ministry of Internal Affairs flew, and. about. The minister replied: “The top of the Ministry of Internal Affairs flew to the front.”
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich