After official confirmation of the information about the detention of judges of the Dnieper district court of Kyiv Nikolay Chaus on the territory of Moldova a Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office (SAP) require the issuance of a detainee Ukraine to conduct a pretrial investigation in accordance with the law.

SAP as reported on his page on the social network Facebook on Wednesday, according to operational information, at the beginning of 2017 became aware of the presence of na.Chaus on the territory of Moldova.

January 18, COAG agreed to the petition to the NEB of detention before receipt of the extradition judge.

SAP reports that since the defection of the judge, who is accused of accepting the offer, promise or receipt of unlawful benefit by an official (part 4 of article 368 of the Criminal code of Ukraine) have taken steps to locate the defendant and return him to Ukraine for the implementation of justice. On November 11, 2016 N . Chaus is in the international search to arrest and further extradition to Ukraine.

As reported, on August 9, detectives NAB under the procedural guidance of prosecutors Specialized anti-corruption Prosecutor’s office (SAP) exposed N. Chaus in receiving a bribe in $150 thousand These funds was discovered in two glass jars, which the judge was personally buried in the yard of his private household.

The Verkhovna Rada on 6 September has supported the submission of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine on granting consent to detention and arrest (a capture under guards) the judge of N.Chaus. The speaker of Parliament Andriy Parubiy immediately signed these two resolutions.

In the SAP the same day reported that N. Chaus was in the Russian occupied Crimea.

Solomensky regional court of Kiev on September 12 gave permission for the detention of N. Chaus.

In early October, the Director of the NABU Sytnyk admitted that N. Chaus he will return to Ukraine, and also noted that preparing the documents to appeal to Interpol.

21 Oct NABOO has sent to Interpol documents with a request to declare an international arrest warrant to the judge of the Dnieper district court of Kyiv Nikolay Chaus. On November 11, 2016-the referee was on the international wanted list through Interpol to arrest and further extradition to Ukraine. He is suspected of committing a crime under part 4 St. 368 (acceptance of an offer, promise or obtaining illegal benefit by the official) Criminal code of Ukraine.