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KIEV, November 22./TASS/. Ukraine’s former president Viktor Yanukovich will take part in a questioning via a video link-up at the Svyatoshinsky district court of Kiev as a witness in the Maidan events case, his lawyer Vitaly Serdyuk told Tass.
"He will take part for sure," Serdyuk said.
Yanukovich and his defense have been seeking a video link-up questioning for more than a year. The former Ukrainian president has filed notices at courts, demanding that he be examined on all cases instituted in Ukraine in which he is involved.
However, Serdyuk told TASS earlier that the Ukrainian General Prosecutor’s Office was impeding this, fearing to get unwanted data during the questioning. Later, however, the court compelled the investigation to question Yanukovich.