Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Kiev authorities invited Yanukovych in court – BBC News

Viktor Yanukovych could return to the country and to defend his innocence in court, said the deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine Dmytro Shimkiv, “Interfax”. “If Yanukovych believes that he is innocent, he may return to Ukraine and to prove it in court,” – said the “Twitter” of the presidential administration, with reference to Shimkiva who stated this on the air BBC World.

Commenting Yanukovych’s statement about trying to prevent bloodshed in Kiev Maidan, Dmitry Shimkiv said “Yanukovich never stopped by security forces attacks on peaceful demonstrators during euromaidan.” Shimkiv also said that Yanukovych’s accusations to the authorities and to the participants of the event at the Kiev Maidan – “such as outrageous as his remarks about” support ostriches “.

It was reported earlier that the Prosecutor General of Ukraine (GPU) It has opened a criminal case against ex-President Viktor Yanukovych for the misappropriation of state property.


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