Avakov said that he had done in the Crimea in 2014

The Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov saidthat he was on a visit in the Crimea from 23 to 24 February 2014, to find out where President-the fugitive Victor Yanukovych, as he himself feels and what he plans to do next. Intentions to detain him was not.

“I can talk about it in detail because I was personally a visit in the Crimea from 23 to 24 February, along with Valentin Nalyvaychenko (was Parliament Commissioner for monitoring the activities of the SBU – ed.) had the opportunity at that time to assess the situation in detail. We headed in the direction of Sevastopol, to understand what happened (Viktor Yanukovych – ed.), what condition is it in, what are his plans and how he’s going to continue to perform its functions”, – said Avakov in court, which is considering the case of treason Yanukovych.

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The Kharkiv agreements Yanukovych led to the annexation of Crimea – Yatsenyuk

He added that he flew across the Peninsula in order to detain him, “shackled, and leave them to the mercy of the crowd”, and hoped to find it in the hope that he will return to the territory of Ukraine and will continue to meet its obligations.

Avakov said that Yanukovych was aware of the presence of the head of the interior Ministry of Ukraine in Crimea, but avoided meeting and hid on a military base. And later said that he was going to go to Russia.

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Yanukovych returned lawyers abandoned in the summer

We will remind, the Minister of internal Affairs Arsen Avakov questioned as a witness in the treason case of former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych.

Today, December 11, in the Obolon court of Kyiv began questioning prosecution witnesses, the list of which last week was approved by the court.

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