Serhiy Leshchenko (pictured, right) suggested the contract (left) could be a cover for payments made to Manafort for work he did for the pro-Russian Party of the Regions in Ukraine, which backed former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych Yanukovych, who was friendly with Moscow, was ousted by anti-government protests in 2014, which eventually led to the conflict in the Donbass region and the annexation of Crimea by Russia.Leshchenko, a former investigative journalist who supports Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, said the document suggested the money came from a Belize-registered offshore company via a bank in the Central Asian state of Kyrgyzstan.Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been accused by a Ukrainian politician of attempting to hide a 0,000 payment from a pro-Russia political party.
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One year ago, negotations over a Ukraine association agreement with the European Union collapsed.
The result has been a standoff with Russia and war in the Donbass.
He said Manafort's job was to 'improve Ukraine's relations with the United States, to advise the Party of Regions, which was quite clumsy in international affairs, in dealing with the Europeans and the Americans.'Yanukovych was driven from power in February 2014 by mass protests triggered by his decision to spike a trade deal with the EU under the pressure from Moscow.'It's a strong simplification to think that Yanukovych was acting as the Kremlin's puppet and followed all the instructions coming from the Kremlin,' said Baunov.
But Yanukovych fled into exile in Russia and is wanted in Kiev on charges of high treason.