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Yanukovych asked Prosecutor General’s Office to interrogate him in Rostov-on-Don
16:30, 5 December 2016
Yanukovych asked Prosecutor General’s Office to interrogate him in Rostov-on-Don

According to the ex-president, he is afraid for his life and cannot come to Ukraine

16:30, 5 December 2016

Ria

Ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych asked the Prosecutor General’s Office to interrogate him on the proceeding regarding treason in his place of residence - Rostov-on-Don. This was announced on Monday by his lawyer Vitaliy Serdyuk, providing the investigator with the corresponding application of Yanukovych - TASS reports.

The lawyer will be representing interests of Yanukovych in the Prosecutor General’s Office during the interrogation.

"My client (Viktor Yanukovych) asks to interrogate him in Rostov-on-Don,” Serdyuk said.

The lawyer said that Yanukovych is afraid for his life and finds it impossible to come to Ukraine for questioning.

As it became known today, ex-president’s lawyer Vitaliy Serdyuk is to represent his client during today’s interview at the Prosecutor General’s Office in Kyiv.

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