To do this, he founded a charitable foundation that is well named Oleksandr Yanukovych, writes journalist Serhii Leshchenko on the Ukrainian Pravda.
According to the statement of "the Unified Register of public organizations", director of the Fund is Tetiana Galenko, head of MAKO corporation owned by Yanukovych.
And more recently, Oleksandr Yanukovych decided to promote his charity to the masses and launched a Web site of the fund.
Oleksandr Yanukovych fund is located on the www.ayanukovich-fund.org domain.
I wondered whom does the domain of Yanukovych's elder son belongs to and revealed some strange facts.
The domain ayanukovich-fund.org is rather new - it was created on 7 November, 2012. And the most interesting is that the domain was registered in Hong Kong for some reason - in the name of the Absolutee Corp. Ltd.
In Hong Kong, unlike in Ukraine, you can find information about the founders of the company directly on the Internet.
I went to the government site search Center of the Integrated Companies Registry of Hong Kong and launched a search for the name Absolutee.
The registry found Absolutee Co., Limited
Next, without leaving the computer, I got the registration documents on the Absolutee Co., Limited company. Rate - 29 HK dollars for the file (less than 4 USD).
The ded Absolutee Co., Limited company was founded by Mr. Shao Hui Gong (Gong Shao Hui) from the city of Xiamen (Xiamen) in mainland China.
At the same time Absolutee Corp. Ltd in the registration data of Yanukovych's domain stated address and phone number in Hong Kong:
Address: FLAT / RM B 8 / F CHONG MING BUILDING 72 CHEUNG SHA WAN RD KL
Google search finds hundreds of companies that are registered at this address and phone. At the same time, the phone number does not answer.
But the fun is not over: according to the Hong Kong register, it appears that the company Absolutee Co., Limited was liquidated (!) back in March of 2009. It was struck from the register of companies in Hong Kong. And now, suddenly a company that does not exist is involved in the founding documents of Yanukovych's son domain name.
It's a mystery to me - if the company according to the official registry of Hong Kong had been terminated nearly four years ago, then how can it came to life in November, 2012 and register a domain for Yanukovych's son? Any ideas?