Ex-Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov and former people's deputies from Party of regions Oleg Tsarev and Volodymyr Oliynyk has funded numerous actions aimed at destabilizing the situation in Ukraine, said Advisor to the head of the SBU Markiyan Lubkivsky.
"we have irrefutable confirmation that they are in the case file, which is located at the prosecutors," said the tournament Director, quoted by UNIAN.
for its part, the press center of the SBU stated that, according to the information received, starting January 2015, in Kiev in the immediate organization and coordination of 2 citizens of Ukraine, in which the former consisting of the Party of regions, was held the number of shares from Kiev city administration and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine aimed at destabilizing the socio-political situation in the Moscow region and in Ukraine in General. As emphasized in the SBU, such shares are held in the framework of the So-called "marches of the white scarves" on behalf of existing only on paper initiatives by the society and Association for peace and justice " and " people's verdict ". It is determined that the organizers and coordinators of these shares As if on a paid basis to attract protest actions Residents for a fee in the amount given about 50-60 an hour. As emphasized in the SBU adopted screening measures is determined that the above named two Residents of Ukraine, who are the coordinators, " specifically funded and controlled from Russia." So, it is determined that the money comes from the So-called "office" of former Prime Minister Azarov and the former people's deputies from the party of regions faction Tsarev and Oleynik, who are currently in the capital of Russia ", - said the SBU. Remember, Azarov headed the former government of Ukraine, but wrote a report about the dismissal on 28 January 2014 in order to settle crashes caused mass protests. In April of the previous Ukraine Azarov declared wanted. He was charged with abuse of power. on February 22 of last year in Ukraine has been a change of government, with signs of a coup. Verkhovna Rada to dismiss the head of state Viktor Yanukovych from power, after which he fled the country.