The court has issued a summons both by conventional means and electronically, but there has been no response from him.
"We have received no answer from Gorbachev and his fund," Judge Ainora Kornelija Macevičienė told BNS on Tuesday.
According to the summons, Gorbachev's name has been mentioned by other witnesses in the trial and, therefore, he is requested to tell the court what he knows about the circumstances surrounding these events.
The court is currently hearing victims' testimonies in the trial, which has been has been going on for almost a year now.
Sixty-five persons have been charged with war crimes and crimes against humanity for their roles in the bloody crackdown on protesters. Most of the defendants are Russian citizens and are tried in absentia. Only two defendants are present in court.
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