Yanukovych does not exclude the guilt of Levochkin in dispersal of the Maidan
“If that were so, let the government prove it,” said the ex-President.
Ex-President Viktor Yanukovych said that his chief of presidential Administration Sergey Levochkin could be involved in dispersal of Maidan at night on November 30, 2013.
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“Maybe it had to do with it. But there is no evidence that I personally was not a consequence of their not installed. So if that were the case, let the government prove it, if not prove, let it be on his conscience,” he said during the interrogation in the Svyatoshinsky district court of Kiev in the videoconference of the Rostov regional court.
Earlier Корреспондент.net reported that Viktor Yanukovych in December 2014, said that the suspected former head of the AP Sergey Levochkin in the organization of dispersal of activists.
On the night of 30 November 2013, Berkut officers violently dispersed a rally of supporters of Eurointegration on the Maidan of Nezalezhnosti.
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