a Court in Kiev, which considers the appeal on a sentence for treason Viktor Yanukovych, interrogated one of the former leader of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko. The former President, who attended the meeting as a witness, had three hours to listen to the questions.
However, as stated by the lawyers of Yanukovych, who with 2014 hiding in Russia, authorities “actively helped Petro Poroshenko not to respond to protection issues”. As broadcast on the website of the TV channel “Direct”, Poroshenko himself called himself a “political opponent” of his predecessor and blamed him for the loss of the Crimea.
When Poroshenko asked what action he has taken to keep the Crimea, it is reported that launched a military operation in the Donbass, and spoke about “the international” in order to “counter” Russia.
Lost power as a result of protests by supporters of Eurointegration on the Maidan, Viktor Yanukovych, in 2019 was sentenced by a Kiev court to 13 years. The politician was found guilty not only of treason, but aiding and abetting in the conduct of Russia’s “aggressive war against Ukraine”. With regard to the loss of the Crimea Peninsula, it is the fault of Yanukovych no, ruled the court.
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