The ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, whom the Ukrainian authorities charged with the development of an illegal organization, has agreed to testify at the trial of his case in a videoconference, informs television news service of the TV channel " 1 1 ".
The lawyers of former President Viktor Yanukovych, who in February of last year fled to the Russian Federation, revealed that he volunteered to testify in his own case. According to lawyers, they have the appropriate document, certified by a notary, where Yanukovych signed, RIA "news" referring to TV channel.
According to the reporter, according to the document, the ex-President is going to testify via videoconference. First on Tuesday, the Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin said that the procedure of the correspondence of the court commenced on a number of former bureaucrats, Among them ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. 22 February 2014 in Ukraine there was a change of government, which has signs of a coup, the Verkhovna Rada dismissed the head of state Viktor Yanukovych from power, after which he fled the country. The chief Prosecutor's office of Ukraine filed at least 20 criminal proceedings relatively high position of the persons of the former government. Among them Viktor and Oleksandr Yanukovych, Viktor Pshonka, Vitaliy Zakharchenko, Andriy Klyuyev, Mykola Azarov, Eduard stavytsky, and others. At the end of February, Parliament adopted a decision to appeal to the Hague petition to bring Yanukovych to justice. Yanukovych was named a suspect in the mass murders and declared in the international wanted list.