Border guards have been ordered to prevent the activists Dmytro Bulatov, Oleksiy Hrytsenko and Oleksandr Danylyuk from leaving Ukraine, wrote ex-MP Anatoliy Hrytsenko, citing MP Petro Poroshenko in his blog on Ukrainska Pravda.
“I know that my son Oleksiy is being constantly hunted. By both the authorities and by bandits. It is synonymous these days. Recently Poroshenko gave another proof of it (the quote):
“I left for the Munich Safety Conference. When crossing the Ukrainian border, one of the members of our delegation spotted an all-points bulletin with photos and names of Dmytro Bulatov, Oleksandr Danylyuk and Oleksiy Hrytsenko sitting on the border guards’ desk,” Hrytsenko wrote.
“Koba had to go to exile, Chornovol was beaten, Bulatov was tortured, Hadzhynov was arrested. Is it now Hrytsenko Jr’s turn?” he wrote indignantly.
“I raised my son as an honest and responsible citizen. That’s who he is. Oleksiy has committed no crime. Like you and I, he rose to the defense of the rights of 45 million people. He rose too actively, the Presidential Administration probably decided…” Hrytsenko wrote.
Ukrainska Pravda requested comments from the SBU and they promised to reply soon.
The original is in Ukrainian on the Ukrainska Pravda website: