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Agreements on Mezhyhirya withdrawal from state property invalid
11:44, 2 August 2017
Agreements on Mezhyhirya withdrawal from state property invalid

Next step is a court decision to hold an ex-President Yanukovych to account for illegal deal

11:44, 2 August 2017

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Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko said Wednesday that the court nullified the transfer of Mezhyhirya residence from state property. He reported this on his page in Facebook.

"Kyiv Economic Court of Appeal on the filing of Kyiv Prosecutor's Office, ruled out to invalidate the agreements by which the government residence Mezhyhirya was withdrawn from state property in 2007," he said.

Next step should be the court decision to hold an ex-President Yanukovych, Eduard Stavytsky and other parties accountable for this illegal deal, Lutsenko said.

Related: Prosecutors working on Yanukovych case to have bodyguards

Mezhyhirya Residence is the former residence of Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’ runaway President in Novi Petrivtsi village of Vyshhorod district in Kyiv region. Mezhyhirya was a state government residence from 1935 to 2007, until it was privatized.

As it was reported earlier сourt arrested all immovable property in Mezhyhirya. The movable property is still under inspection, the final decision about arrest will be carried out afterwards.

Related: Next court session in Yanukovych case slated for August 3

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