Moldova finished the investigation into the abduction of Ukrainian ex-judge Mykola Chaus. There are questions to Ukraine and Moldova is waiting for answers.
During the meeting in Georgia, the Presidents of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova signed the Declaration of the Batumi Summit on European Integration.
The expected but no less significant event has recently taken place in the case of ex-judge Mykola Chaus abduction.
The video of 'recovered' Mykola Chaus on his 'Telegram' channel has had a ripple effect on the Ukrainian mediascape and comes as a great relief to his family and lawyers who got news from him since April 3.
The journalistic investigation of ‘Slidstvo.Info’ and ‘Rise Moldova’ revealed the evidence pointing to Ukraine’s law-enforcement agencies’ involvement in kidnapping and removing the fugitive judge Mykola Chaus from Moldova.
Kidnapped in a broad daylight in Chisinau, Mykola Chaus has gone missing for 9 straight days. Media reports claim that Zelensky's office and his senior aide Andriy Smirnov are allegedly involved in the criminal act that appears to be a smokescreen aiming to discredit former intelligence senior official Vasyl Burba and disrupt 'Bellingcat' investigation on failed Wagner mercenaries capture operation.
The Moldova’s parliament establishes a special commission to investigate the abduction of Ukrainian jugde Mykola Chaus, the local TV station reports.