Yanukovych admitted that Levochkin could be involved in the dispersal Euromaidan

The former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych admitted that the head of his administration Sergey Levochkin could be involved in the dispersal of the Euromaidan on the night of 30 November 2013, reports Interfax.

What accuses Yanukovych, the Ukrainian court?

“Maybe. But there is no evidence that I personally had. And the consequence of their not installed”, – Yanukovych said at the interrogation in the Svyatoshinsky district court of Kyiv, which was held in videoconference mode.

Yanukovych also said that did not give the order to use force during protest actions from 30 November 2013 to 18 February 2014.

“From the very beginning to the very end was against the use of weapons and against bloodshed. It was my principled position,” Yanukovych said.

According to policy, if the protesters on the Maidan demanded the signing of agreements with the European Union peacefully, it would avoid further escalation of the conflict.

The former President was questioned as a witness at the court session on the case of ex-“Berkut officers”.

Previously, he called the shooting on the Maidan a special operation to overthrow the government. The public Prosecutor of Ukraine has informed Yanukovych on suspicion of treason.


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