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Prosecutor's Office of Crimea checks Ukrainian ex-official's involvement in annexation of peninsula
19:22, 3 February 2018
Prosecutor's Office of Crimea checks Ukrainian ex-official's involvement in annexation of peninsula

The reason for the inspection was the so-called "Glazyev films", which were presented by prosecutors during the Obolonsky court session on the case of the former president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych

19:22, 3 February 2018
The Crimean Prosecutor's Office verifies the involvement of ex-official of the presidential administration of Viktor Yanukovych Andriy Portnov to the decree of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea during the occupation of the peninsula. This was stated in the air of Hromadske  Radio by the deputy prosecutor of Crimea, Olexander Udovychenko.

According to Udovychenko, the reason for the inspection was the so-called "Glazyev films." "The films are the materials of a criminal case which, according to my information, is being investigated by another subdivision of the prosecutor's office. Not by the Prosecutor's Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. But of course we are in a state of constant media monitoring, and any information regarding the peninsula, persons connected, involved in its occupation, the processes that are taking place now, all of this is monitored by us. When such information is found, it is immediately checked by investigative actions in one or another criminal proceeding. You said that Portnov was the author of the Verkhovna Rada decree on Crimea during the occupation of the peninsula - it's in our field of vision. We are now carrying out procedural actions aimed at confirming it or refuting it," he said.

Note that the website "Censor.NET" has information that the draft resolution of the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea during the beginning of the Russian occupation in 2014 was prepared by the then deputy head of the presidential administration, Andriy Portnov.

The proof of this is a telephone conversation between the presidential adviser Sergei Glazyev and a certain "Vladimir Andreevich", which was recorded by Ukrainian intelligence on March 1, 2014 and promulgated by prosecutors during the Obolonsky court session on the case of the former president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. In it, in particular, Glazyev informs the interlocutor that the Verkhovna Rada of Crimea should adopt some resolution, which was prepared by Andriy Portnov, and explains that it is necessary to adopt this document "so that it is clear that not all of Ukraine directly wants to sign an association agreement with the European Union".

According to the publication, prosecutors did not identify Glazyev's interlocutor, Vladimir Andreevich, but the voice of this man is very similar to the voice of Vladimir Andreevich Konstantinov (the so-called chairman of the state council of the Republic of Crimea).
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