Ukraine’s former Prosecutor General does not appeal for citizenship of Kazakhstan

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Astana, Kazakhstan, Aug. 5

By Daniyar Mukhtarov - Trend:

Ukraine's former Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka did not appeal for permanent residence in Kazakhstan and citizenship of Kazakhstan in the migration police department, the Kazakh Foreign Ministry reported on Aug. 4.

"According to the Kazakh law enforcement bodies, 60-year-old Viktor Pshonka did not cross the state border," spokesperson for the Kazakh foreign ministry Nurjan Aytmahanova. "He is not temporarily registered in Kazakhstan."

All persons with a surname Pshonka, including Viktor Pshonka, were checked in the data base of the Kazakh population. There is no information about him.

The territorial interior bodies also checked this information.

"The migratory police departments do not have the files about Viktor Pshonka," according to a statement.

Earlier, Ukraine's prosecutor general Vitaly Yarema said at a briefing in Kiev that perhaps Viktor Pshonka received citizenship of Kazakhstan.

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