As reported by Censor.NET, the MP said it at a briefing in the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre on Tuesday morning.
"Interpol has changed the type of notice from 'detaining with a view to extradition to Ukraine' to 'locating'," he said
Ivaniushchenko was removed from the wanted list on April 19 following a decision by infamous judge Chaus (the Dniprovskyi district court of Kyiv).
According to Leshchenko, Chaus is known for having "carefully followed the instructions of the Presidential Administration in the Korban case."
"According to my information, Mr Ivaniushchenko had long looked for someone to settle his issue," the deputy remarked.
Leshchenko believes that Ivaniushchenko was removed from a wanted list at the assistance of another PPB deputy Hranovskyi. However, a probe is needed to prove the fact.
The Special Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General's Office made attempts to put Ivaniushchenko back on the list, but "the entire composition of the Pechersk district court of Kyiv recused themselves, and the Kyiv Court of Appeal refused to choose another court and returned the case to the Pechersk court.
This "ping-pong" is still going on, according to Leshchenko.
It is already two months since Ivaniushchenko has been able to freely travel around the world.
According to the MP, Ivaniushchenko owns a house in France and his family owns a nightclub in Monaco.
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