Ukraine

Ministry of internal Affairs: Yanukovych and Azarov become Russian Federation citizens

3 october 2014 | 11:41

Former Ukrainian officials were granted by citizenship by a separate secret decree as a reward for the faithful service to the collapse of national security.

Yanukovych and Azarov
Putin has granted citizenship to Yanukovych and Azarov.
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 Russian President Vladimir Putin has granted citizenship to the escaped ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych and the former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov. It was mentioned by the Advisor to the Ministry of internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Geraschenko on his page in Facebook.

"You would ask on what basis Azarov family is located on the territory of the Russian Federation. There is also a rule that non-citizens can not be present at the territory of Russia for more than 90 consecutive days. And then one has to leave and enter, but still it is not more than 180 days in a year," he wrote.

By his words, " the families of Yanukovyches, Phonkas, Azarovs were able to negotiate with Putin on granting Russian citizenship, and they can still feel warm and comfortable".

He noted that the front sources it is known that the traitors of were granted by citizenship by a separate secret decree by the President of Russian Putin as a reward for the faithful service to the collapse of national security, defense, legal system and economy. "Judas was given 30 pieces of silver by the Pharisees, for the betrayal of Christ. Azarov, Pshonka, Yanukovych and their families were given the Russian citizenship by Putin, for the betrayal of the interests of Ukraine, the Orgy of lawlessness and shooting its own citizens," Gerashchenko wrote.

As reported previously, the names of the fugitive ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych is still in the database of criminals wanted by Interpol. In the Ukrainian Bureau reported that the General Secretariat headquarters of Interpol in Lyon (France) continues to study the possibility of using channels to search for Yanukovych.

According to the Director of the Ukrainian Bureau of Interpol Basil Captivity, it is important to provide convincing evidence that the offence is criminal, not political.

 

Source: zn.ua

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