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 Yanukovych did not keep money in foreign accounts. He preferred cash - Prosecutor General's Office

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The Prosecutor General's Office has not found any assets of former President Viktor Yanukovych in foreign accounts - he did not keep his savings in accounts.

This was stated by Deputy Prosecutor General Vitalii Kasko at the annual conference on return of stolen assets, Censor.NET reports citing Liga.

"According to preliminary information, Yanukovych was not in the habit of saving money in non-cash form. He is a man of the old school and, apparently, preferred cash funds," he said.

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According to him, any information on this subject is being checked, including that by financial intelligence from other countries. "If information on such funds, including those registered in relatives' names, was confirmed they would have passed this information," he said.

Kasko also said that foreign accounts of Yanukovych Jr. have been found. "As for the sons Yanukovych, the funds exist, they have been blocked ... Oleksandr's definitelty, and as for Viktor, I need to check. The information is fed directly to the Financial Monitoring investigator and I have no right to read it," he said.

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In late March, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed a decree "On the inter-ministerial working group to coordinate the return of the proceeds from crime by former senior officials of Ukraine." According to the decree of March 26, the interdepartmental working group shall within two months develop mechanisms for effective interaction between law enforcement and the central bodies of executive power on the return of these funds to Ukraine.

 
 
 
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