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Yanukovych’s interrogation videoconference scheduled on November 25
19:03, 22 November 2016
Yanukovych’s interrogation videoconference scheduled on November 25

For those wishing to see the interrogation there will be an online translation

19:03, 22 November 2016

112 Agency

The interrogation of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych on the case of five former members of Special Forces Berkut in a videoconference is scheduled in Svyatoshinsky District Court of Kyiv on November 25. 112 Ukraine TV Channel correspondent reported this.

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"Five former Berkut Special Forces officers will remain in custody for another 60 days. This decision was made by Svyatoshinsky District Court of the capital. Then Oleg Yanischevsky said he was not feeling well, he had a temperature of 39 C for two days, so he asked to postpone a meeting that was supposed to be on November 24 and which had to consider changes in the order of questioning witnesses. In particular, we are talking about video interrogation of the former Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych. The presiding judge made a decision on this matter today. So the interrogation of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in a videoconference regime will be held on November 25, 13 p.m. Kyiv time", he said.

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According to the correspondent, the victims, their relatives and relatives of the victims on the Maidan, witnesses and members of the media will be invited to the next meeting.

"For those who will want to see the questioning will be given another room where the online broadcast will be carried out", he added.

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