A former deputy chief of staff and adviser to ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, Andriy Portnov, is going to bring a criminal case against the current Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Kiev mayor Vitali Klitschko.
The former Ukrainian official has accused both of them of conspiracy, which they supposedly hatched in Vienna in March 2014, Kurier reported.
According to the newspaper, Portnov is now planning to shoot back and file a criminal case against the two country’s officials. He claims that both of them agreed on "illegal sharing of power and the dissolution of parliament" and that all these plans have been implemented.
The agreement was supposedly reached in March 2014 in Vienna. Thus, the case can be considered by an Austrian court, despite the fact that the damage was caused to Ukraine.
"If anyone would organize a plot to kill the US president Barack Obama in Vienna, this also would be within our competence," a Vienna public prosecutor stated, probably implying that Portnov has high chance of winning the case, Kurier wrote.