State Duma deputy of the ruling United Russia party Valerii Yakushev said that Mykola Azarov and his son Oleksii, Viktor Pshonka and Yanukovych's son Oleksander, who are hiding in Russia, where they transferred their funds and property, should give money to the Donbas, Censor.NET reports citing Lb.ua.
"If Azarov, Yanukovych, Pshonka do not understand their moral obligation to the residents of the Donbas and do not want to help its residents, it is necessary not just to ask them to leave, but to kick them out of Russia with a stick and let them be tried in their homeland in accordance with their laws. They must atone for their sins, and not to hide from their fellowmen. Why are they here, if they do not support the policy of Russia and Novorossia? And Russia has every right to expel them from the country, though it would be better if they thought about it and started helping Donetsk and all the Novorossia," Yakushev said.
On Nov. 24, the site of the Russian Communist Party published a statement of State Duma deputy Valery Rashkin demanding "more strict and rigid approach to the matter of fugitive Ukrainian politicians and their relatives' staying in the territory of Russia up to the point of their extradition to Kyiv."
Earlier, terrorist Oleh Tsarev suggested involving former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov in "building Novorossia" as an expert on economic issues.