According to the newspaper “Kommersant”, the former MP from the Communist Denis Boronenkov gave evidence to the General Prosecutor of Ukraine on charges of treason, Viktor Yanukovych. The publication’s source claims that the move to Kiev politician allegedly partially confirmed the data of the GPU has provided another former state Duma Deputy Ilya Ponomarev.
The interlocutor of “Kommersant” reported that Boronenkov “he took the initiative and came to Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko”. He “did not rule out that the results of this conversation Lutsenko brought Yanukovych of treason, which was what the former President allegedly invited to Ukraine of Russian troops.”
December 27, Lutsenko at a press conference in Kramatorsk, said on the testimony Ponomarev. Last reported, the Ukrainian Prosecutor’s office “on the influence Yanukovych signed letters urging them to send troops to Ukraine on the State Duma’s decision to use the armed forces of Russia abroad.”
On January 23 in an interview with TV channel “1+1” Lutsenko said that his Agency was questioned by two deputies of the state Duma. “They pokazanii suggests that the mechanism of entry of Russian troops on the territory of Ukraine was launched by the Kremlin in December when Maidan was still standing in the center of Kiev. During the visit of Surkov in December it was already mentioned about the possibility of military invasion”, – said the Prosecutor General.
In June last year Forbes has published data on ten deputies and senators, who can keep control of the offshore companies after the entry into force of the ban. Among them was Boronenkov, which in the State Duma of the previous convocation was on the Committee for security and combating corruption.
Boronenkov subsequently stated that he had not seen any documents with personal data and signature, which would have tied him with offshore companies. “The press Secretary of the President said it all (“Panama records”) lies and machinations of Western intelligence agencies. I have no offshore, it’s all nonsense,” he added.