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Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine intends to raise the question about unreliability of Yanukovych testimony in court
22:08, 28 November 2016
Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine intends to raise the question about unreliability of Yanukovych testimony in court

"A man was absolutely not disposed to cover the events which he was asked about,” the prosecutor said.

22:08, 28 November 2016

112 Agency

After today’s videoconference of the ex-president Viktor Yanukovych and testimony, given by him to Prosecutor General, the court can raise the question about the unreliability of the information they heard. This was reported on air of "112 Ukraine" TV channel by the prosecutor Alexey Donskoy.

"Taking into account the interrogation, which took place, I'm sure we will be able to put the question of the unreliability of his testimony before the court, as the most basic things that could allow specifying certain points were not given an adequate answer or he simply lied. That way we can refute the information given by him during questioning,” he said.

Related: Video conference with Yanukovych concluded, next interrogation to take place on December 2

According to him, the ex-president was not going to answer the questions posed.

“The man was absolutely not willing to cover the events, which he was asked about. I am pretty sure that the main result of this interrogation is the confirmation of the fact that Yanukovych does not want to give any testimony on this case. The maximum he was able to do is to pronounce the speech written for him,” Donskoy claims.

As it was reported earlier, the interrogation of Yanukovych was concluded, he also gave a press-conference afterwards.

Related: Yanukovych's interview. Second attempt. Online broadcast

 

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