The eldest son of Ukraine's ex-president Viktor Yanukovych, Oleksandr, has been put on the wanted list in Ukraine, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
According to the Web site of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine, the younger Yanukovych is charged under part 2 of Article 366 (forgery which lead to serious consequences) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. He is facing from two to five years of imprisonment and a ban on holding certain positions or engaging in certain activities for a term of three years.
The Security Service of Ukraine put him on the wanted list based on a court ruling on his detention.
Law enforcers lost track of Oleksandr Yanukovych on February 23, 2014 in Kyiv, the Interior Ministry said.
Oleksandr Yanukovych owns a 100% stake in MAKO Group.
On April 7, the companies of MAKO Group were reported to be working as usual, wages to their employees and taxes were paid on time and in full.
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