Anatoly Matios has been the chief military prosecutor of Ukraine for almost two years. He has a lot of work to do in the country with the territories occupied by aggressor: war, traitors; scandals with volunteer battalions; Berkut troopers who fired at the Maidan; high-ranking corrupt officials, etc.
A recent high-profile case - deputy Governor of Mykolayiv region Mykola Romanchuk, who was detained when receiving a bribe of $ 90 thousand. A search of his home revealed a few hundred thousand dollars in cash and jewellery, and a network of tunnels under his house – a true treasure warehouse with safes full of gold ingots, ancient icons, silver and "black" accounting books. Matios has promises to submit the case to the court in August. At what stage is the case now, how Matios is getting on with the new prosecutor general, Yuriy Lutsenko, the desire to head the State Bureau of Investigations and other current issues - today in conversation with Sonya Koshkina on the Left Bank on 24 channel, live. On air at 22:00.