Main Investigation Department of the MOI of Russia in Moscow

Viktor Fedorovych Yanukovych (born 9 July 1950) is a Ukrainian politician who served as the fourth President of Ukraine from February 2010 until his removal from power in February 2014. He is currently in exile in Russia and wanted by Ukraine for high treason.

Born into the family of a metalworker and a nurse in the eastern town of Yenakiyevo in July 1950, Mr Yanukovych had a troubled childhood. He was twice jailed for violent crimes in his youth - though his official biography states that his convictions were eventually quashed.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk accused Yanukovych and his associates of embezzling some $70 billion in state assets and transferring the funds to foreign banks. Authorities in Switzerland, Austria, and Liechtenstein moved to freeze assets and accounts linked to Yanukovych’s family, and prosecutors in Geneva opened a money-laundering investigation. Yanukovych himself denied the existence of any foreign accounts. In January 2015 Interpol placed the deposed leader on its wanted list in connection with those charges.

Sharygo's casus: how dangerous it is to be rich and stupid


Why American Scott Mitchell never went to prison for "beating" his girlfriend, while Russian Alexander Sharygo has already spent 9 months in a confinement cell. 

Stolen billions were attributed to Matvey Urin


Th Main Investigation Department of the MOI of Russia in Moscow ended the investigation against the infamous banker Matvey Urin.