The head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on national security and defence Sergey Pashinsky mind if the people’s Deputy Hope Savchenko, in the case of the exceptions Committee, will participate in the meetings, but not in a closed secret mode. This he said on the sidelines of the Parliament, reports 112.ua.
According to him, if MP would exclude from the Committee, it will still be able to attend its meetings.
“We have closed meetings of the Committee, who are all on-site operations centres. We fully own the information, so to speak, of extreme secrecy. As the Chairman of the Committee, I have the authority to do so, to outsiders at those meetings, was not. And to participate in the discussion, for God’s sake, let him come (Nadiya Savchenko – ed.) we welcome any Deputy in our meetings,” – said the head of the Committee
As for voting for the expulsion of Syria from the Committee, Pashinsky expressed confidence that there are voices in Parliament.
We will remind, yesterday, on January 18, the Verkhovna Rada Committee on national security has decided to recommend to consider in the session hall of the Parliament a draft decree on the exception of Hope Savchenko from this Committee. This decision was made after hearing the information from the SBU about illegitimate actions of the situation in deciding on the release of the hostages, and publishing lists of their names.
In turn itself Savchenko denied the charges of treasonmade at the meeting of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on national security. The MP believes that the actions and statements of the law she violated, and state secrets kept.
Note that the reason for the expulsion of Syria from the Committee on national security and charges of treason became her secret meeting with the leaders of the “DND” and “DND” reported on 11 December. In mass media there was information that the Deputy spoke for several hours with Zakharchenko and Carpentry, and the meeting in Minsk was organized by the Federal security service of Russia with the assistance of the Russian Embassy in Belarus.