Acting Chief of the National Police Vadym Troyan does not think that Andrii Kryschenko, head of the Kyiv Chief Directorate of the National Police, was involved in the police shootout in Kniazhychi, Kyiv Region. He was speaking to journalists, Ukrainian News Agency reports. This was his reaction to Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko's call to sack Kryschenko. Internal Affairs Minister Arsen Avakov in his turn said that Lutsenko is in a position to give personnel advice only within the ambit of his agency. The National Police will convey the materials of the official investigation in the shootout to the Prosecutor-General's Office (PGO) next week, Troyan added. After that the PGO will be able to announce the names of police principals involved in this tragedy. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, five policemen were shot to death when firing at each other in Kniazhychi December 4. Two police guard service staff, two Kyiv police operatives and a KORD special unit fighter were killed. The PGO suspects the officers in charge of the special operation in Kniazhychi, the failure hereof resulted in deaths of five police officers, of neglect of duty. Troyan said that the order for involving KORD had been signed by Kryschenko.