Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko has announced that the first results of the investigation into the helicopter crash in Brovary, which killed the former leadership of the ministry, will be published in late March or early April.
"I think it will take a month and a half, something like that," Klymenko said when asked about the results of the investigation on the air of the telethon.
"As soon as all the examinations that we conducted partially with our colleagues from France, from AirBus, as soon as all the investigations in our country are completed, then there will be a general picture that prosecutors and representatives of the State Bureau of Investigation and the Security Service of Ukraine, who are also conducting this investigation, will be able to convey to the general public," the minister added.
On 18 January 8, a State Emergency Service helicopter crashed in Brovary, Kyiv Region, near a high-rise building, hitting a kindergarten building. The helicopter was carrying Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyy, First Deputy Minister Yevhen Yenin and State Secretary Yuriy Lubkovych, who died.