Contents tagged with Yanukovych
The Court of Appeal of England will deliver its verdict on Ukraine’s $3 billion debt to Russia by August 1 this year, said Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergey Storchak.
“We are waiting for the court ruling. They will finish the cycle before going on vacation, the ruling must be announced during this period,” TASS cites Storchak as saying.
According to the court’s website, the Court of Appeal will go on leave between August 1 and October 1 this year.
Storchak said that the Court of Appeal …
The Head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) warned former president Yanukovych twice about an existing threat to the national security of Ukraine from Russia. He sent two letters to the president regarding the threat: one dated January 15, 2013 and another dated February 17, 2014.
The UNIAN news agency reports that Prosecutor Ruslan Kravchenko provided this information in the Obolonskyi District Court of Kyiv, during the questioning of MP Mykhailo Dobkin. According to Kravchenko, this …
Former Ukrainian President Vitkor Yanukovych and his family are demanding that Ukraine reimburse them for their expenditure on defense attorneys in The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), DW reports.
“193,207 pounds and 50 pence: this was the account presented to Ukrainian tax-payers by Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych, his eldest son Oleksandr, and the widow of his deceased youngest son Viktor,” the newspaper writes, noting that the court later reduced this amount to 10,500 euros plus …
Paul Manafort, former political strategist of the Party of Regions and former head of Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign had lobbied many European politicians for former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s interests. One of these politicians might be former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer, reported the Austrian newspaper Kurier.
The FBI's indictment against Manafort does not include the names of European politicians, whom Manafort paid more than $2 million for supporting positions …
The European Union (EU) has begun work to revise sanctions against former Ukrainian officials that are scheduled to expire on March 6. This concerns the fugitive President Viktor Yanukovych in particular, UNIAN reports, citing an EU Council representative.
"Work on the latest review has begun. As usual, the decision will be made before the expiration of the decision that currently exists," the agency's source noted.
On March 6, 2014, the European Union imposed sanctions against former …
The decision to withdraw Ukrainian forces from the Crimea in spring 2014 was made on the recommendation of Serhiy Pashynsky who was the head of the Presidential administration of Ukraine at the time.
Yanukovych’s lawyer, Vitalii Serdiuk, who represents the interests of the former President of Ukraine stated on his Facebook page that this is evidenced by Ihor Tenyukh, the former Defense Minister.
According to a copy of the interrogation report published by Serdiuk, at a meeting of the National …
Mykola Zlochevsky, who served as the Minister of Ecology and Natural Resources under the Yanukovych administration and the owner of the largest gas producing company in Ukraine, Burisma Holdings, has returned to Ukraine, as reported by Ekonomichna Pravda citing a source familiar with the situation.
“He came to Kyiv recently and has already held several meetings,” the source informed.
Zlochevsky left Ukraine at the end of 2014 due to the criminal proceedings against him for embezzlement. In …
In 2018, the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine plans to confiscate UAH 5 billion of funds belonging to the former President of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovych, and his entourage, as stated by the Prosecutor General, Yuriy Lutsenko, on ZIK TV.
"Next year, we will continue the special confiscation of assets belonging to Yanukovych’s organized criminal group, we hope to impound no less than 5 billion," Lutsenko said.
He also added that the government should take all necessary steps to disburse …
Former President Viktor Yanukovych’s lawyer brought wooden bats, blocks, and glass bottles with fuses in the form of rags – the materials needed for gasoline bombs - to a session of the Pechersky District Court in Kyiv. It is still unknown if there was a combustible solution inside.
As Channel 112 reported, lawyer Vitaly Serdyuk was trying to use these materials to prove that the protest on Maidan was not peaceful. "These are threats; this is material evidence, which the whole time have been …
The former Ukrainian President, Viktor Yanukovych, does not have to worry for his life and can return to Ukraine to take part in the lawsuit against him, said the Minister of Justice, Pavlo Petrenko, during an interview with Delovaya Stolitsa.
"Yanukovych has the opportunity to return to Ukraine and independently submit his position in court and the state will guarantee his security," Petrenko assured.
In addition, the Minister is certain that the lawsuit against Yanukovych has no political …