Ukraine's PM urges people not to spread theories and speculations around Brovary tragedy
The Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers has warned against making or spreading theories and speculations about the causes of the helicopter crash in Brovary, which killed 14 people, including top Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs officials and a child.
Source: Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during a government meeting on 18 January
Quote from Shmyhal: "All services are currently working at the scene to provide assistance to the victims and to find out, step by step and in detail, the causes of the helicopter crash. The investigation will take some time. We therefore urge everyone to avoid certain theories and speculations and to wait for official comments and conclusions."
On the morning of 18 January, a helicopter crashed near a kindergarten in Brovary in Kyiv Oblast, causing a fire.
The helicopter crash killed the top leadership of the Ukrainian Ministry of Internal Affairs: Denys Monastyrskyi, Minister of Internal Affairs, Yevhen Yenin, First Deputy Interior Minister, and Yurii Lubkovych, State Secretary of the Interior Ministry.
The State Emergency Service of Ukraine has confirmed that 14 people had died as a result of the crash in Brovary on 18 January, and that one of them was a child.
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