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Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Discusses Kiev’s Recognition of Coup


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Moscow, March 13 – In a case against former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, Kiev has already admitted that a coup took place in 2014, wrote former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov on his Telegram channel.

“In what incomprehensible situation in Ukraine does the Kiev regime judge Yanukovych. What an idiot made up this case? They themselves admitted that on February 21, Yanukovych was on the territory of Ukraine, which means there was no self-exclusion. And there was a larger coup,” he wrote.

The former Ukrainian prime minister called on Ukrainians to make an independent assessment of the “mental capabilities” of the Kiev regime and the inconsistency of its actions.

The General Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine announced on March 10 that former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and the former head of his bodyguards will be tried in absentia in a case of incitement to defection of SBU employees and illegal transfer of people. across borders.

Supporters of European integration occupied the main square of Kiev – Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) – on November 21, 2013, immediately after the government’s statement on the suspension of signing the union with the European Union. Later, the square became the epicenter of confrontation between the security forces and extremists, and the clashes resulted in dozens of casualties. In February 2014, the Verkhovna Rada removed Viktor Yanukovych, who held the post of president, from power, forced him to leave Ukraine, and later Petro Poroshenko was elected president of the country.

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