Yanukovych’s minions return stolen money, testify against fugitive ex-president
Two former officials from the team of Viktor Yanukovych, ousted Ukrainian ex-president – former Deputy Minister of Income and Fees Andriy Holovach and Deputy Economy Minister Oleksandr Suhomlin have testified to the investigation, providing sufficient evidence against Yanukovich and his entourage, according to Chief military prosecutor Anatoliy Matios, Espreso.TV reports.
The chief military prosecutor emphasized that the two officials had pled guilty and provided incriminating testimony against horizontal and vertical leadership of a criminal organization.
He reported that Suhomlin and Holovach have chosen to settle with the investigation and paid UAH 152 million to the budget.
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