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 Investigation obtains irrefutable evidence of Yanukovych’s request to bring Russian troops in Ukraine, prosecutor general says. DOCUMENT

The investigators of the military prosecutor's office collected irrefutable documentary evidence of act of treason committed by fugitive ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych.

As reported by Censor.NET, Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko wrote on Facebook.

"The lawyers of fugitive [president] Yanukovych have recently been inventing numerous fake sensations. The reason is simple - the trial of Yanukovych is getting closer along with the increasing number of evidence of his treason," he wrote.

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According to Lutsenko, Ukraine's permanent mission to UN provided the Main Military Prosecutor's Office with the formal letter from the United Nations Secretariat with attached copy of Yanukovych's request of March 3, 2014, authenticated by the U.N. seal, to bring Russian troops in Ukraine. All official papers, which were attached by the Russian Federation to the request of the Russian representative to U.N. Vitaly Churkin, were also obtained by Ukraine's law enforcement agency.

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"All papers obtained by the Ukrainian investigators were recognized by the U.N. as official documents provided by the Russian Federation. The military prosecutor's office investigators received irrefutable documentary evidence of the act of treason committed by Yanukovych. The prosecutor investigating Yanukovych's treason granted me a permission to disclosure details of the pre-trial investigation," Lutsenko wrote.

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