According to Holovan, he has filed a request to question witnesses in a case against Petro Poroshenko. They are a group of people who have repeatedly accused Petro Poroshenko of a number of alleged offenses.

Poroshenko’s lawyer reminded that criminal liability is provided for false testimony and named the people who should be summoned for questioning by the State Bureau of Investigation.

The list includes president Volodymyr Zelensky, ‘Servant of the People’ parliamentary group leader David Arakhamia, deputy PM Iryna Vereshchuk and other officials.

Ihor Holovan expressed hope that these people, as law-abiding citizens, will voluntarily come to the DBR investigators and give true testimony about the circumstances of the case known to them.


On December 20, Petro Poroshenko was issued a formal suspicion in the alleged connection to 2014-2016 state coal contracts.

The ‘European Solidarity’ party issued a statement regarding charges against its leader.

Petro Poroshenko responded to the charges in the video address.

Earlier, Poroshenko’s legal team warned against fabricating allegations in coal contracts case.