Interrogation of ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych through videoconference mode will not bring "revolutionary" results. Such opinion was expressed by the former Deputy Prosecutor General David Sakvarelidze on the broadcast of "112 Ukraine" TV Channel.
"Is he going to testify? Is he going to recognize the fact that he killed people on Maidan? Well, we will wait for this process, get the result, when he admits: "Yes, I killed people, I am guilty, I'll come to Ukraine and go to prison and give the stolen billions back" or what?" Sakvarelidze said.
He added: "I do not expect any revolution from the interrogation of Yanukovych, and do not think that he can now be put in prison and forced to return the stolen billions through Skype, this is impossible."