The former president asked the court to ensure his personal participation in the trial via videoconference.
20:10, 08 December 2020
Pavlovsky is suspected of organizing the attempted murder.
20:57, 16 September 2020
SBI's first deputy director denies being Yanukovych's lawyer, but confirms participation in court hearingsThe Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine did not consider Babikov as an official lawyer of Yanukovych.
14:35, 19 June 2020
The defense will have 1.5 weeks to prepare.
23:58, 10 June 2020
Laws in the Netherlands were also modified to make it possible to conduct portions of the trial in English.
21:45, 29 November 2019
Following his release, he pledged to fly to Ukraine to participate in court hearings.
16:21, 06 November 2019
The court hearing was rescheduled for October 24.
23:44, 15 October 2019
She also intends to meet the FSB chief.
13:40, 14 April 2019
Moscow court to consider extension of captured Ukrainian sailors' arrest on April 17 – Russian lawyerA motion for the extension of the arrest is expected on Monday, April 15.
13:15, 12 April 2019
The position of the Ukrainian sailors' defense team is to have open and transparent court hearings.
14:07, 14 January 2019
<p>The Kyiv Court of Appeals has postponed hearings on the appeal filed by the Ukrainian prosecutor's office for the review of a Kyiv Pechersky District Court verdict on a preventive measure for former Georgian president, now leader of the "Movement of New Forces" Party in Ukraine Mikheil Saakashvili, according to the Ukrainian news outlet InfoResist.</p>
15:34, 22 December 2017
<p>More than 70 Crimean Tatars faced court hearings in Russia-controlled Crimea on December 18 over single-person demonstrations they staged in October to protest pressure imposed on practicing Muslims by the Moscow-installed authorities, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.</p>
16:52, 18 December 2017
Russian delegation gave Yanukovych’s request for military aid status of official UNSC document – Ukraine’s former envoy<p>The Russian delegation to the United Nations has granted a letter from former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin, requesting the deployment of Russian troops in Ukraine, the status of an official document of the UN Security Council, former Ukrainian Permanent Representative to the UN Yuriy Sergeyev (2007-2015) said while testifying as witness in a Kyiv’s Obolonsky Court hearing of the “Yanukovych treason case.”</p>
19:10, 15 August 2017