Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"The Appeals Court of Kyiv, upon the motion of the Prosecutor General's Office, has ruled to arrest and ban from using, operating, and dispose the land plots of more than 2 hectares and real estate facilities constructed on them, the so-called Yanukovych helipad, owned by Amadeus Ko firm. The property has been transferred for safe custody to Finansuvannia Infrastrukturnykh Proektiv SE," Lutsenko wrote.
The helipad in Kyiv downtown was unveiled on June 6, 2012, at Parkova Road on the roof of Parkovyi Business Center. It was supposed to be used by Viktor Yanukovych to commute from his Mezhyhiria residence. Yanukovych never made a single flight.
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