Weekly Wrap-Up: Can Zelenskyy’s Tenure Bring New Hope for Euromaidan Investigation?
19 February, 2020

Six years passed since the deadliest days of the 2013-2014 Euromaidan Revolution. The forceful dispersal on February 18-20, 2014 resulted in the deaths of 78 civilians and 13 security officers. Almost none of the suspects in the murders were convicted, and five ex-Berkut officers were released by a Kyiv court as part of the prisoner exchange with the self-proclaimed "people's republics" of Donbas in December 2019. Is there hope that further investigations will bring any visible results?

Our host, Kyiv Post's Brian Bonner, will talk to fellow Kyiv Post journalist Tamara Kiptenko who recently interviewed the children of the murdered protesters and British-Ukrainian journalist Bohdan Nahaylo.