Biden told Yanukovych fled the next day after his call

Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych fled the country the next day, after a telephone conversation with the then Vice-President of the USA Joe Biden.

About this Biden wrote in his memoir called “Promise me, dad,” transfers gromadske radio.

Wideawakes and Yatsenyuk in court spoke about the talks with Yanukovych

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11 Dec, 20:29

Ex-Vice-President of the United States wrote that in the last call to Yanukovych in late February 2014.

“Then his snipers killed Ukrainians by the tens, and we had information that he was planning an even more brutal repression. I warned him for months that he needs to behave in a more restrained attitude of the Ukrainian citizens, but that night after three months of demonstrations I told him that it was over: he had to withdraw his men and go,” writes Biden.

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Yatsenyuk said in court that life before Yanukovych’s escape was never in danger

According to American policy, the next day, Yanukovych left the country, and control of the government temporarily “passed into the hands of a young patriot Arseniy Yatsenyuk”.

Recall that stripped of the title of President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych fled to Russia in late February 2014, when independence has killed more than 100 activists. Viktor Yanukovych is accused of treason, of aiding the authorities of Russia, the deliberate acts committed with the purpose of changing the state border of Ukraine and waging aggressive war. On all these counts, he faces up to 15 years in prison.

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