Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Pavlo Rozenko wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"The explicit counter-revolutionary activities are slowly but steadily taking place while everyone is bouncing around the beginning of the political season with all the filth that we see behind the scenes! The Exes have upreared their heads and launched an offensive with the help of certain courts.
"Hereby I report to the community that the Podilskyi district court of Kyiv ordered the Pension Fund to resume the accounting and payment of pension to Mykola Azarov. I remind that we have ceased to account and pay him a retirement benefit back in early 2015. Will the Ukrainian courts make similar rulings regarding Yanukovych and Pshonka?" Rozenko wondered.
"I am dead set against such decisions! My position remains unchanged: the former senior officials of Yanukovych tenure will not receive pensions from our state. Therefore, the Pension Fund of Ukraine has already filed an appeal to the Kyiv Appeal Court. I call on the public and the media to closely scrutiny the hearings in this case!" the vice prime minister stressed.
Large-scale cyberattack in Ukraine: Cabinet of Ministers computer system affected, - Deputy PM Rozenko. PHOTO(0)