Andriyiv accused Ratushniak of the night explosions in Uzhgorod

13 November 2015 20:48  185109845 0110924
Andriyiv accused Ratushniak of the night explosions in Uzhgorod

"I think that the offenses were committed by people of my opponent Serhiy Ratushniak" - the candidate for the mayor of Uzhgorod Bogdan Andriyiv said.

At a press conference in Uzhgorod Press Club, he commented on the night explosions in Uzhgorod.

He emphasized that they had been committed against members of his team as a candidate.

"Tonight daring crimes were committed against active members of my team Igor Savytsky and Yuriy Mandych - Bogdan Andriyiv said. - An unidentified explosive device was thrown that damaged the car of Igor Savytsky and another explosive device severely damaged the car of Yuriy Mandych, his yard and house. Those explosions took place with a 30-minute interval, the manner and time of their commssion indicate that they were coordinated. I believe that the offenses were committed by people of my opponent Serhiy Ratushniak. I officially appealed to Uzhgorod City Police Department with the statement about the punishment and prosecution of the persons involved in this crime."

"Unfortunately, at the end of the campaign, we are not talking about competition of programs or ideas, but witness a situation that can lead to tragic consequences - the candidate said. - Today, all Uzhgorod residents have an important task: not to let criminals from the 90s become official authorities. There can be no debate, Uzhgorod faces the threat of crime impunity and it is our common responsibility to prevent this."

Bogdan Andriyiv also said that some media and unknown organizations accuse him of involvement in the assault on his own team members. "This is complete nonsense - Bogdan Andriyiv said. - The opponents have resorted to dirty tricks." 

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