“I’ll settle this,” he told Interfax-Ukraine in response to a request
for comments on the address, a copy of which was given to him at a
meeting with reporters in Kyiv on September 28, 2012.
Popov also added that today the city’s liabilities to Elita-center fraud victims are slowly being fulfilled.
“Maybe, one wishes to see them being fulfilled quicker… There are
objective factors here and subjective circumstances. For example,
lawmakers [of Kyiv city council] vote against the construction of houses
where construction is underway and where a part of apartments are
planned for Elita-center fraud victims. This was Klitschko’s [UDAR
faction]. Is this the right thing to do?” he said.