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Due to Yanukovych videoconference, Feygin wants to question Ukrainian witnesses in Russian courts
21:41, 25 November 2016
Due to Yanukovych videoconference, Feygin wants to question Ukrainian witnesses in Russian courts

"If  Yanukovych was allowed to the questioning from the courtroom, then, probably, it is possible to solve it technically somehow, so that the witnesses which I call at the request could come to that same court and give their testimony,” he said

21:41, 25 November 2016

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Lawyer Mark Feygin plans to use the precedent of video interrogation of ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych to continue to demand questioning of Ukrainian witnesses in the Russian courts. He stated this on the broadcast of "112 Ukraine" TV Channel.

Related: Feygin expects a Crimean hostage to be released on November 25

"The problem appeared in Ukrainian processes when there were attempts to question Ukrainian witnesses in cases of Ukrainian citizens who were brought to criminal responsibility for political reasons, that same Savchenko case, it was denied, just on the basis that there was no technical system in the first place, but it really works in the Russian courts, specifically. And secondly, you cannot trust the Ukrainian court that it certifies the identity of the one who will be on the other side of the screen,” he said.

He said that if Yanukovych was allowed to be questioned from the courtroom, then, probably, it is possible to solve it technically, somehow, so that the witnesses which he calls at the request could come to that same court and give their testimony.

Related: Detention of Ukrainian “saboteurs” may lead to freezing negotiations on exchange, - Feygin

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