The bank was owned by Oleksandr Yanukovych Photo from uapress.info Kyiv&#39;s Shevchenkivsky District Court has unfrozen accounts of the liquidated Vseukrayinsky Bank Rozvytku (All-Ukrainian Development Bank), also known as VBR Bank, which was owned by ex-president Viktor Yanukovych&#39;s Oleksandr Yanukovych. "On April 17, 2019, investigative judge of Kyiv&#39;s Shevchenkivsky district court [Oksana] Holub overturned the seizure of All-Ukrainian Development Bank&#39;s accounts," Ukrainian chief prosecutor&#39;s press secretary Larysa Sargan said on Twitter on April 17. Read alsoDW: After 5 years of Ukraine sanctions, where are Viktor Yanukovych&#39;s millions? "Prosecutors are drawing up an urgent motion [to challenge the court&#39;s ruling]," she added. According to her, some UAH 1.2 billion, or US$44.4 million, was frozen on that bank&#39;s accounts. As UNIAN reported in April 2018, about UAH 2 billion (US$76 million at the forex rate as of April 2018) of the UAH 2.6 billion ($99 million) seized on VBR Bank&#39;s accounts had already been withdrawn, while the rest of the assets existed only on paper. Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov announced the seizure of the said funds back in 2015. 17.04.19 ухвалою слідчого судді Шевченківського райсуду Києва О.Голуб СКАСОВАНО АРЕШТИ рахунків у "Всеукраїнському банку розвитку". Прокурори готують термінові клопотання. Завтра о 9.30 чи повторить суддя Є.Мартинов свою колегу? Нагадаю,на рахунках ВБР заарештовано 1,2 млрд грн — Лариса Сарган (@SarganLarysa) 17 апреля 2019 г.