Yanukovich’s elder son wanted by Ukrainian Security Service
KIEV, April 18 (RAPSI) - The Ukrainian Security Service has put Aleksandr Yanukovich, elder son of ousted president Viktor Yanukovich, on the wanted list, the country’s Interior Ministry reports on its website.
The ministry wants Aleksandr Yanykovich on charges of forgery, fraud and issuance of knowingly false documents when in the discharge of his duties, which resulted in serious consequences. The crime is punishable by up to five years in prison.
Ukrainian media reported that law enforcement agencies have been unable to identify Aleksandr Yanukovich’s whereabouts since February 23.
His estimated fortune is $367 mn to $510 mn. He also owns the MAKO corporation although there is no data on his capital assets. According to the media, Yanukovych owns a number of energy, gas and coal producing companies, the Marinservice construction company, currently involved in renovating an embankment in Balaklava; Artyomovsk Winery and Artvin winery as well as the Ukrainian Development Bank.