KIEV. July 16. UNN. Former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych during his arrival in February 2014 in Kharkiv held a telephone conversation with the then leader of “Right sector” Dmitry Yarosh. About it reported in a videoconference, the former security chief of ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych Konstantin Kobzar as a witness by the defense in criminal proceedings on charges of treason Yanukovych in Obolon district court of Kiev, reports UNN.
“When we arrived in Kharkiv, at planting, or when we sat down I told my staff, in front of the residence Mezhyhiria started to recover and by all accounts people have determined that the storm. Then, as I recall, attached connected the President with Yarosh. And after a conversation of the President with Yarosh, maybe twenty minutes passed, my students reported to me that everything has changed (Mezhyhirya). People who tried to get close to the fence, they moved at quite a distance and took up their positions,” he said.
Then, in the words of the poet, during the stay of Yanukovych in Donetsk held a “short conversation with Yatsenyuk”.
“After their conversation we were called Herman and said Yatsenyuk went to reporters and announced that you had resigned. He was very surprised and even a little annoyed,” added the witness.
As reported UNN, former head of the security service of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych Konstantin Kobzar said that he asked colleagues from the Federal security service of Russia to smuggle Yanukovych in the Zaporozhye region in the Crimea. He said this via video conferencing as a witness by the defense in criminal proceedings on charges of treason Yanukovych in Obolon district court of Kyiv.
We will remind, on June 26 the court in the case of high treason Viktor Yanukovych was questioned as a witness Anna Herman.
Note, November 28, 2016, the General Prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko to Svyatoshynsky district court of Kyiv declared the suspect in the video the ex-President of Ukraine Yanukovych of treason, of aiding the authorities of the Russian Federation in deliberate acts committed with the aim of changing the borders of Ukraine, and waging aggressive war. That is, the crimes under part 1. article 111, paragraph 5 of article 27. part 3 of the article 110, part 5 article 27, part 2 of article 437 of the criminal code.