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Medvedchuk leaves Prosecutor General's Office after reading charges in his case

Source : 112 Ukraine

"The accusations are unfounded, unsubstantiated and, in general, they can be called political", the politician says
17:47, 13 May 2021

Viktor Medvedchuk
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Viktor Medvedchuk, the Ukrainian MP and Chairman of Political Board of Opposition Platform - For Life party left the Prosecutor General's Office, having looked through the charges against him. Reuters reported that on May 13.

"Prosecutors have said they are seeking to detain the opposition party leader and businessman on suspicion of treason and the attempted plundering of national resources in Crimea, the territory that was annexed by Russia in 2014", reminds the news agency.

"I read (the suspicion) and took a copy. The accusations are unfounded, unsubstantiated and, in general, they can be called political", Medvedchuk told Interfax news agency while leaving the building of Prosecutor General's Office.

Related: Pechersky court of Kyiv to choose a restrictive measure for Viktor Medvedchuk

Opposition Platform - For Life party commented on the charges against the opposition figure. "Today, Medvedchuk is the most annoying element for the authorities. The accusations that were brought against him are erroneous and criminal," said MP Vadim Rabinovich.

As is known, on May 13, Pechersk district court gathered on a session in Kyiv to choose restriction measure for Medvedchuk who faces charges with high treason.

Related: Medvedchuk says he can't pay bail appointed by court, as National Security Council blocked his accounts

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