New Ukraine Leader Yatseniuk Says Ousted Government Stole $70B

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New Ukraine Leader Yatseniuk Says Ousted Government Stole $70B

by Wochit 0:49 mins

New Ukraine Leader Yatseniuk Says Ousted Government Stole $70B

by Wochit 0:49 mins

Ukraine's new prime minister Arseny Yatseniuk accused the government of ousted President Viktor Yanukovych of stripping state coffers bare and said $37 billion of credit it received had disappeared. Speaking to parliament in Kiev on Thursday, before he was appointed head of a national unity government, Yatseniuk said that in the past three years "the sum of $70 billion was paid out of Ukraine's financial system into off-shore accounts. Yatseniuk added the situation was so grave that there was no other alternative but to take "extraordinarily unpopular measures."

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