Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine arrested property and bank accounts of brothers Andriy and Serhiy Klyuyev, the Ukrainian oligarchs; the pre-trial investigation is underway. The authority said so in their official response to the request of UNN news agency.
‘The properties, including bank accounts of the suspects, have been arrested in Ukraine and abroad,’ the authority said.
The Prosecutor General’s Office never specified in which countries the arrest was performed, and what the actual sum was. However, the authority said that both oligarchs are now on the wanted list.
Andriy Klyuyev is the former head of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine and the ex-head of presidential administration, who served with the-then president Viktor Yanukovych. Klyuyev is charged with organization of the crackdown of EU integration supporters in Kyiv on November 30, 2013 – the event which led to all-Ukrainian movement against Yanukovych’s regime, widely known as Euromaidan. Andriy Klyuyev has been wanted since late February 2014, when he fled the country.
Serhy Klyuyev is the businessman and former MP from the now disbanded Party of Regions. Since June 2015, Klyuyev is wanted by Ukrainian police for "fraud" and enrichment ‘through abuse of office’.
Both are now fleeing from justice, and their exact whereabouts remain unknown.