The Prosecutor has directed to court the petition on the correspondence condemnation Azarov

In Pechersk district court of Kyiv sent the petition to allow in absentia conviction of former Prime Minister Mykola Azarov. This was announced by Prosecutor General Yury Lutsenko, transfers “RBC-Ukraine”.

The attorney General noted that the investigation of Azarov is over and now the GPU achieves conviction in absentia of ex-Premier.

“As for Azarov, we have completed the investigation and referred to the Pechersk court, the application for leave on the correspondence form of condemnation,” – said Lutsenko during the anti-corruption training.

He also noted that the case against ex-Minister of internal Affairs of Ukraine Vitaly Zakharchenko can be sent to the court until the autumn.

Earlier it was reported that the former Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov was declared in the international wanted list, the funds in his account arrested. The fugitive was charged under article 365 (“Excess of authority or official powers”), article 255 (“a criminal organisation”) and article 191 (“Assignment, waste of property or mastering by it by abuse of official position”), and the European Union included in the sanctions list.