The Prosecutor General of Ukraine told about the interrogation of Russian deputies in the case of Yanukovych

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The Prosecutor General of Ukraine told about the interrogation of Russian deputies in the case of Yanukovych

Kiev, January 27. Two deputies of the state Duma of Russia was questioned by the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's office on the case of Viktor Yanukovych. This was stated by Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko.

According to Lutsenko, the deputies in his evidence supposedly pointed to the fact that "the mechanism for the introduction of Russian troops on the territory of independent Ukraine" started working in December 2013, when the center of Kiev, there were riots.

"During the visit of Surkov to the Crimea in December, it was discussed about the possibility of military invasion", — said Yuri Lutsenko.

According to the public Prosecutor, only in the case were questioned 32 witnesses, whose testimony shed light on the supposedly perfect Viktor Yanukovych of treason.

Recall that the events mentioned by the head of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine was recognized by the Dorogomilovsky court of Moscow coup. Speaking in court, the former President of the country Victor Yanukovych has confirmed that his removal from power was contrary to the Constitution of Ukraine, because it was not observed the procedure of impeachment.

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