The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) is continuing to prepare updated and amended materials on Maidan events, in which, in particular, former president Viktor Yanukovych figures, to submit them to the International Criminal Court (ICC), chief of the PGO special investigations department Serhiy Horbatiuk has said.
Asked whether the PGO is ready to defend Ukraine's interests in the cases of Maidan events and ex-president Viktor Yanukovych in international courts in future, he said "the PGO is continuing work with respect to filing updated documents to the International Criminal Court, as documents were previously provided but the court did not accept them, while provided the opportunity to submit these documents later."
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Horbatiuk noted earlier the court did not accept the documents because it was necessary to provide additional evidence of the "scale and consistency" of these acts and crimes threatening the society.
Earlier Viktor Yanukovych was accused within the investigation into seven criminal proceedings.