This is the case involving almost US$1.5 billion, which was seized and transferred to Ukraine's national budget.
11:30, 20 October 2020
The Prosecutor General said the money would be spent on Ukraine's army.
19:56, 22 February 2019
At the same time, the top prosecutor did not specify the case where special confiscation had been applied.
22:00, 15 February 2019
Major share of assets seized from Yanukovych allies allocated to cover needs of Defense Ministry - Lutsenko<p>Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko says that most of the money confiscated from the team of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych went to the needs of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, in particular, on the production of missile systems.</p>
22:30, 17 January 2018
<p>Chief of the special investigation department of the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) of Ukraine Serhiy Horbatiuk says that assets confiscated from allies of disgraced ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych could be seized back by offshore firms through European courts, according to the Ukrainian service of Radio Svoboda (Radio Liberty).</p>
11:15, 15 January 2018
<p>Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yevhen Enin has explained why a verdict by a military court in Kramatorsk on special confiscation of so-called "Yanukovych's money" has been classified, according to an UNIAN correspondent.</p>
18:30, 11 January 2018
<p>The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) intends to recover to the state budget in early 2018 another UAH 5 billion (US$179 million) illegally obtained by fugitive Ukrainian ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and his allies, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.</p>
11:20, 27 December 2017
<p>Kyiv's district administrative court has refused to revoke a decision by the Military Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine to handle a ruling issued by Kramatorsk's town court in Donetsk region on special confiscation of $1.5 billion belonging to former President Viktor Yanukovych and his allies as classified information.</p>
18:40, 02 November 2017
<p>Funds derived from a special confiscation procedure regarding assets of the Yanukovych regime totaling UAH 12 billion, or $444.4 million, may go to the state budget as early as in the first half of 2017, Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groysman said at his Kyiv meeting with representatives of regional media.</p>
15:15, 31 March 2017