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KIEV, February 25, /ITAR-TASS/. Ukraine’s former Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka has been put on the wanted list, acting Prosecutor General Oleg Makhnitsky told journalists on Tuesday.
“The case was opened on charges of murders. There are about 50 people who are involved in this case. Probably, there will be more,” he said, adding that along with Pshonka, Ukraine’s ousted President Viktor Yanukovich had been put on the wanted list as well. So far, there is no information about other wanted officials.
Viktor Yanukovich was put on the wanted list on Monday. Today, Ukraine’s acting prosecutor general said that the decision had been taken on suspicion of his being behind willful homicide.
According to the latest data, as many as 82 people were killed and 724 people were injured in upheavals in Kiev.