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$200 million confiscated from Yanukovych’s circle returns to Ukraine
12:36, 25 September 2017
$200 million confiscated from Yanukovych’s circle returns to Ukraine

Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko personally came to the office of one of Kyiv banks

12:36, 25 September 2017

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The first part out of confiscated by Cherkasy court from the circle of the ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych money was transferred to the state budget. The press secretary of the Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko Larisa Sargan said in Facebook.   

"The first millions came to the state budget," Sargan wrote.

She also published a video where the Prosecutor General read out to the head of Ukrsibbank the court's decision on the confiscation of funds.

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"We still have other banks in this matter," Lutsenko added.

As it was reported earlier Ukraine paid 2,1 million dollars as compensation for a part of Russia's legal costs in the case of return of state debt out of 3 billion dollars required by Russia. This is reported on the website of Finance Ministry of Russia.

"Thus, Ukraine fulfilled the decision of the High Court of London to compensate for part of the legal costs incurred by the Russian side," the Finance Ministry said.

Related: European Commission did not find out Viktor Yanukovych funds

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