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Yanukovych’s interview: Rostov court was online as notice of suspicion was announced
15:48, 28 November 2016
Yanukovych’s interview: Rostov court was online as notice of suspicion was announced

All those present in the session hall in Rostov-on-Don must have heard the notice, - Svyatoshyn district court in Kyiv

15:48, 28 November 2016
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The Russian side was online, when Yuriy Lutsenko was announcing the notice of suspicion against ex-president Viktor Yanukovych. UNN news agency reported that with the reference to a source in Kyiv’s Svyatoshyn district court.   

‘Svyatoshyn court confirms that Rostov court actually had connection during the technical break,’ the source said. According to him, all those present in the session hall in Rostov-on-Don must have heard the notice of suspicion.

Earlier today, Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko officially accused ex-president Viktor Yanukovych of several crimes, specifically the state treason. Lutsenko said this during his speech in Kyiv on Monday, while courts in Kyiv and Rostov took a 15-minute-long technical pause.

Today, November 28, the courts in Kyiv and Rostov hold the video conference, where Svyatoshyn district court conducts the interview in the case of mass murders of Euromaidan protesters. Viktor Yanukovych is questioned as witness.  

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