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After Yanukovych was forced to leave Ukraine he first stayed in the Rostov region for a short while, and then moved to Moscow to meet President Putin, and then stayed in Moscow for some time, he said.
"Now I am back in the Rostov region, but I am planning to move to Moscow in a short while because I should meet people. Many of them think it is inconvenient to meet me in the Rostov region; I do not have proper conditions in the Rostov region to meet people I need," Yanukovych explained.
Yanukovych said that his elder son also lives in Russia.