November 25, 2016 20:28
Yanukovych says he left Ukraine with 'hand baggage', has not a cent in accounts in world banks
KYIV. Nov 25 (Interfax) - Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych (2010-2014) said he has no funds in accounts in foreign banks and that he had taken only his personal belongings in hand baggage out of Ukraine.
"As for some fantastic money they wrote about a lot, there is not a cent of my money in any bank in the world to date. I have never had and have no accounts," Yanukovych said at a press conference in Russia's Rostov-on-Don on Friday evening.
He also said that he had never taken money and valuables out of Ukraine. "I never took out anything, except for my personal belongings in hand baggage," Yanukovych said.
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